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Asking employees what they want out of the next era of work is one of the most-effective ways to shape post-pandemic work environments, according to experts.

Dec 01 2021

Asking employees what they want out of the next era of work is one of the most-effective ways to shape post-pandemic work environments, according to experts. In a study of over 10,000 workers and managers across the U.S., Australia, France, Germany, Japan, and the U.K. conducted by Future Forum Pulse, 66% of executives say they are designing post-pandemic workforce policies with little to no direct input from employees. Meanwhile, the same percentage of executives believe they’re promoting transparency in their decisions, while less than half of workers agree. CEO of Workforce Software, Mike Morini, warns execs and managers of the potential consequences of not working with employees to shape future policies—especially when it comes to retaining young talent. Gen Z and Millennials “have no issue changing jobs,” according to Morini, and young employees want to know their ideas, concerns, and values are heard by management. YPulse’s What’s Next for Work trend research found that an unhealthy work / life balance, feelings of burnout, no longer feeling purpose in their position, and an organization’s failure to practice diversity and inclusion are some of the top reasons that would make employed young people leave their job. Additionally, communication and collaboration are key to creating workplaces young employees (and workers in general) actually want to be a part of moving forward. (CNBC)