When Katy George was an office manager at consulting firm McKinsey & Co. more than a decade ago, she and her colleagues created an informal system to help diverse teams improve how they collaborated in the workplace to boost their clients’ operations and business while also boosting the team’s wellbeing.
For many employers, hiring new workers during the COVID-19 pandemic and its unsettled aftermath has proved a challenge.
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The workforce of the future will be more agile, more focused on projects and will thrive in an environment where employees are given opportunities to be creative, inspired and fulfilled.
With employees still trying to adapt to the new normal two years into a global pandemic, workplace wellness is more important than ever.
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Despite reports of risks, many employees would prefer in-person or hybrid working to fully remote.