The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world for good. The implications of this have been felt in 2021 and will likely remain as we go into 2022. After the initial positive stance and “best foot forward” period in 2020, we have observed a significant dip in employee’s resilience levels, mental health, and confidence in employers.
There is also a rapidly growing gig and remote work economy as organizations seek talent beyond their local borders. As a result, employees are looking at their current state of work with a keen magnifying glass, and the picture emerging is complex. HR must adapt to this new reality where employees and top talent have more opportunities and more reason for change after a closer introspection of their professional lives during this unprecedented crisis period.
The onus is now on HR to stem the tide and formulate forward-looking policies that place the employees squarely at the center.
Featuring POVs by HR leaders in APAC, this report covers key trends that will become relevant as a result of the pandemic and how organizations can future-proof themselves.
Discover key trends that will become relevant as a result of the pandemic and how your organization can take action for 2022. In this report, you will learn:
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