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DR. STEVE MATABOLI

“Look around you. 

Everything changes. everything on this earth is in a continuous state of evolving, refining, improving, adapting, enhancing, and changing. 

You were not put on this earth to remain stagnant.”

 

DR. STEVE MATABOLI

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MORE IDEAS FROM How Work Trends in Post-Covid 19 affects Small Businesses

STEVE FLANAGAN (COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR, BUPA)

“Improving the health and well-being of our employees makes good business sense. As a leading provider of workplace health services, we see every day the difference it can make to a company’s bottom line and the impact it can have on employee morale and motivation.

Employees benefit from better support for their health. Companies benefit from less absence and improved productivity. "

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It's time to promote Employee well-being more than ever!

With the WFH setup, we often think that it will be much easier for the employees but current studies show that it is not the case.

53% of workers ages 18-29 are saying that they find it hard to be motivated to work from home and WFH parents are always being interrupted during work time.

It will be a challenge for the Businesses to cope up with a plan on how to keep the overall health and self-improvement of their employees while hitting those KPI's.

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Question of Integrity

With the current work trend, privacy and integrity are in the hot seat.

Will Employers impose strict monitoring protocols that can trespass with the privacy of their employees?

Or should they impose an invincible thread of ownership and honesty on their work culture to make things work?

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WFH is the New Normal for Some Companies

A lot of companies that can transition into WFH setup are opting to do so, it is the most cost-effective move if your business has a business model that can support such a feature.

But for those who cant transition like F&B and all businesses that do manual labor, this current work trend is not an option.

Digitally inclined businesses and Creatives are more likely to benefit from this setup.

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How Covid 19 affected the Work Trend Today

It is amazing how the kind of work available in our society changed depending on the economic needs.

The transition from the Hunter-Gatherer Landscape, Agricultural Revolution, Industrial Revolution, Information Technology "Revolution" and now Post Pandemic Era proves that humans are highly adaptable. 

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The pandemic unleashed unprecedented levels of change

Organizations have implemented changes that once felt impossibly far off:

  • Working from home: While the pandemic upended many jobs that could be done only in person, managers learned that many other roles could be done very effectively from home.
  • Teaching online: Schools shifted very quickly from in-person to remote or hybrid learning. 
  • Remote health care: Doctors pivoted quickly to remote appointments. As is usual for many innovations, those who were already doing some work virtually, such as psychologists, made the transition more easily than those who had never done so. 

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Using existing talent

Using the employees already within your business and investing in employee development will be crucial for businesses looking to build their workforces for tomorrow. It also allows leaders to understand which skills are most in-demand across the business and identify where any areas need intervention.

Over time, and as projects progress, trends in these gaps will likely occur meaning HR and leadership teams are able to understand exactly when and where internal talent needs to be developed in good time in order to fill those gaps that come up most often.

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Salary transparency

In traditional corporate environments, the salary is often hidden because it’s a game of cat and mouse trying to figure out what salary the candidate is currently on, what they’re expecting, and what the company is willing to pay.

But this lack of disclosure hurts workers. Knowing the expected salary upfront lets a candidate understand whether a job will be financially viable for them. It also streamlines conversations later in the hiring process.

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