According to a recent study, more than half of employees plan to look for a new job in 2021.
What can employers do to avoid a wave of turnover in the post-pandemic workplace?
In a recent webinar, Cooleaf invited work culture and experience advisor Laura Eley (Principal Consultant & Co-Founder of +One Culture Consulting, a One Workplace venture) to share how the employee experience has changed over the past year – and what employers need to consider when designing their future workplaces.
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated many future of work trends, including a rise in flexibility and a new emphasis on employee wellbeing. As organization leaders begin planning their post-pandemic workplace, they must take into account the changing expectations around workplace flexibility, employee wellbeing, and engagement.
Most importantly, employers need to rethink their approach to the employee experience. In the webinar clip below, Laura Eley shares how employers can foster stronger connections between individuals and teams:
Watch the full webinar and learn:
- What other culture leaders are considering in their planning efforts
- 3 design principles to use in your own plans (read more on this on Laura’s blog)
- Tips to address hot topics such as, creating equity among hybrid teams, ensuring accountability while giving freedom, overcoming legacy bias about the workplace, and more based on participant engagement
42 percent of employees say company culture has diminished since the start of the pandemic. Fostering a cohesive company culture and prioritizing positive team experiences has never been more important for team retention and company morale.