One of the most significant effects of the pandemic is that it has accelerated the pace of change in every sphere of our lives. Digital adoption is speeding up, enterprises are looking to make quicker decisions, and the global workforce is rethinking its priorities – causing the transformation of several years to take place rapidly. As a result, 2020-2022 was a turbulent period for employee experiences worldwide, spurring phenomena like the Great Resignation and Quiet Quitting.
In 2023, organizations must act in response to these changes and bridge the divide in order to attract, retain, and nurture top talents. This guide aims to uncover five trends that organizations need to keep in mind so they are better equipped to fostering connections and improving experiences in 2023.
“In today’s new world of work, the organizations that are succeeding are those which enable their employees to find meaning and purpose at work”
- Hannah Lennon, Senior Consultant at Mercer
“Trust is an invisible currency in today’s workplace. Employees that feel safe and trusted are more likely to reciprocate that trust and perform at their best."
- Nauveed Salim, Regional Director at EngageRocket
“The Great Resignation and quiet quitting are two consecutive phases and are different behaviors, but actually boils down to the same cause. These two phenomena are caused by disengagement at its core.”
- Dr. Yvonne Tan, Lead People Scientist at EngageRocket
“Quiet Quitting has been happening for a long time, and it’s more commonly identified as disengagement. Companies need to get into the root causes of disengagement, as each organization has unique circumstances that drive it.”
- Judit Hordai, Director of People at Foodpanda
In this guide, you will find: