Is it time to reexamine your culture?

As pandemic restrictions ease in many parts of the world, employers hope to get back to business as usual—but not everyone is excited about returning to the office, and workers are quitting instead of giving up work from home. What’s more, employees demand change, and they’re looking for workplace environments that empower and support them. Leaders who want to retain talented employees and attract new ones should pay attention to the changing needs of their workers. Check out these key insights to learn about:

  • the right questions to ask to understand employee priorities
  • strategies for bringing talent back into the workplace
  • how to come up with data-driven action plans
  • ways to address the unique needs of women, minority, and LGBTQ+ employees

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