Future of Work
A Blueprint for the
Future of Work in the Next Normal
5 Myths of Hybrid Work – What Employees Really Think
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Building an Employee Engagement Model for a New Era
An engaged workforce builds a happy and thriving business culture. Companies with connected, healthy, adaptable and empowered employees are resilient and poised for business growth in the New Era.
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- The business impact of employee engagement
- Why current engagement models are no longer fit for purpose
- The key tenets of a successful employee engagement model
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IDC European Future of Work Awards 2021
The current pandemic has accelerated and amplified long-term changes triggered by the Future of Work. Although it is a difficult time, the constraints of the current work model have forced us to redefine how, where, and by whom work gets done. It has been a great opportunity to create a new paradigm.
IDC wants to recognize those companies that have already taken a major leap into work transformation, and is delighted to launch the second edition of our European Future of Work Awards.
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The top 3 Future of Work trends are: Teams will be reconfigurable and data driven for business resilience, automation technology will be deployed at scale for business continuity, and the workspace will be fluid for employee productivity. However, in order to make this happen, companies must address first business challenges, organizational challenges and technology challenges.
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Returning to the office after COVID-19 will be driven by both employers and employees. Concerns about a drop in productivity due to employees working from home are gone, as many home workers recorded high levels of productivity. However, employees will return to work in a more complex way, with hybrid working on the rise.