There have been radical changes in business over the last several years. We are experiencing post-pandemic impacts on how and where we work. Globalization has increased competition and the speed of change. The rise of digital business has impacted consumer behavior and various technologies including workplace surveillance, automation, and artificial intelligence.
If we look at these changes and disruptions positively, then we have an opportunity to be better. We can create more intentional workplaces by building trust & accountability, advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion, creating a culture that fosters belonging, advances sustainability, increases social connections, team cohesion, and develops and advances best practices in hybrid work models.
To thrive in the midst of this radical change many companies have broadened their employee focus to a more holistic view of wellbeing, including financial, physical, and mental health.