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Community Conversations | February 2021
The pandemic has had a profound effect on the health and well-being of all of us. As we near one year since the onset of the pandemic the pressures have nor relented and we are experiencing employee fatigue, where some are choosing to leave the workforce. It is a critical time to focus on employee well-being – mental, physical, emotional/psychological, and financial.
We explored how this is showing up in our workplaces and how we in HR can help reenergize our employees and get everyone focused on looking forward with excitement and renewed energy. In this, our first Community Conversation of 2021, we discussed with our peers the following:
The Future of Work and the New Employee Experience
Employee Engagement expert, Craig Ramsay, shared an advanced view of his research team’s early findings and an emerging model of employee needs in today’s work world prior to their publication in 2021. Craig then moderated a discussion with two of LinkedIn’s leading People Science experts Jeff Jokerst and Tom Nolan who shared their experience applying a new People Success approach with organizations today.