What new grads can expect as they enter the working world

It’s officially the season of caps, gowns, and stoles—and new grads are gearing up for entry into the world of work at a time when organizations are undergoing massive shifts. “The shifts include complex questions about how to organize for speed to shore up resilience, find the right balance between in-person and remote work models, address employees’ declining mental health, and build new institutional capabilities at a time of rapid technological change, among others,” write Patrick Guggenberger, Dana Maor, Michael Park, and Patrick Simon in a new report. These changes have significant implications for structures, processes, and people. How can new grads set themselves up for success in a quickly evolving environment? If you’re a soon-to-be new grad or know one, check out our newly refreshed special collection for insights and interviews on topics including productivity, hybrid work models, worker preferences, tech trends, and much more.

The State of Organizations 2023: Ten shifts transforming organizations

What is the future of work?

Gen what? Debunking age-based myths about worker preferences

Hybrid work: Making it fit with your diversity, equity, and inclusion strategy

Present company included: Prioritizing mental health and well-being for all

New year, new tech, no problem

Social capital: Build back better relationships at work

Author Talks: How to handle your work jerk

Race in the workplace: The frontline experience

LGBTQ+ inclusion in the workplace

Women in the workplace: Breaking up to break through


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