We have reached the tipping point when it comes to employee expectations — and business leaders who fail to heed this message do so at their peril. A new research study by Blue Beyond Consulting and Future Workplace reveals clear trends: People want to work for companies whose values align with their own values. They also expect leaders to role model and stand up for those values in the broader society. Cheryl Fields Tyler and Liana Randazzo delve into the three dimensions of business as a force for good — good for me (the employee), good for us (the organization) and good for the world (the broader society). They also examine the factors that business leaders, HR leaders, and knowledge workers agree are most important for effective company culture, and the surprising disconnect over how these groups say their organizations are measuring up. Finally, they outline tangible steps leaders can take to close the employee expectations gap, especially in light of the “Great Resignation,” and attract and retain happy and productive employees.
Join us and learn: The research study’s key findings and recommendations, including:
People want to work for companies that prioritize what employees want – but what really does matter most to today’s workforce?
A new research study by Blue Beyond and Future Workplace answers this question.