This Working Life: Creating a culture of belonging in the new workplace

HR staff should aim to leverage the changes of the past year to create a new and improved way of working in which employees and organisations can thrive

14th November, 2021
This Working Life: Creating a culture of belonging in the new workplace
Employers need to be creative in making the office an appealing place for returning staff

After many months of uncertainty and ongoing discussion around how workplaces will change, the ‘c’ word is very much on everyone’s lips – culture. As we continue to move back to the workplace in a staggered way and look towards a long-term return next year, organisations big and small are being extra cautious on what returning to the office means for them.

Most will not go back to business as usual....

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