Organizations are reexamining how they recruit, develop, and retain talent. They have to, because the pandemic has accelerated three already existing trends among employees: the search for meaning; the desire for flexibility; and the pace of technological transformation. Employees increasingly are bringing a new set of values, needs, and desires to the workplace, and the worker-employer contract is changing as a result, fundamentally and permanently. In this new environment, companies need to make six changes to succeed if they want to attract and retain talent. This article describes what those changes are and suggests how best to make them.
Author: Katy George
Source: “Harvard Business Review”
Subject: Human Resources
Company: McKinsey & Company
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