Forbes on December 29, 2021, published this article by Caroline Castrillon. To me it aligns with what we in Vistage are all working on…WFH vs. BTO, culture trumps strategic planning, employee training and increasing our use of technology. I’ll also throw into the mix a “process triage” for many of my members.
Summarizing key trends in workplace culture for 2022 and beyond.
- Flexible work will become permanent
- Connection will drive workplace culture
- Employee development will become a priority
- Technology will play a pivotal role in workplace culture
Ms. Castrillon highlights research from Glassdoor and Harvard studying employee preferences and workplace trends. She also explains how internal initiatives will impact how much effort you’ll have to spend on recruiting and retention. Definitely worth a read.
Three highlights I’m calling out from her article.
According to a new report from Glassdoor, the tight labor market trends will continue into 2022.Caroline Castrillon, Forbes, Dec 2021
Employees need to feel appreciated to be satisfied and productive. By creating a workplace culture that celebrates recognition, companies will attract and retain top talent.Caroline Castrillon, Forbes, Dec 2021
There is no question that the pandemic has given workers the upper hand over employers. And the need to build cohesive teams is greater than ever. So how can organizations win the talent war? By cultivating a workplace culture that engages, rewards and, most of all, inspires.Caroline Castrillon, Forbes, Dec 2021