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Building the Future of Work With a Human-Centric Approach

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Many employees find themselves drifting away from their organizations. Only 1 in 4 strongly agrees they feel connected to their culture, and only 1 in 3 strongly agrees they feel they even belong there.

Even if employees stay and there is technically no turnover, organizations are still footing the costs of lost productivity and weakened connection that eventually erode a company culture and make it that much harder to recruit new talent when turnover inevitably hits.

But the report, “Unleashing the Human Element at Work: Transforming Workplaces Through Recognition,” finds reasons for organizations to be optimistic. There are strategies and tactics you can deploy now that can strengthen connection and set the path for a more human-centric approach to the future of work.

Download Building the Future of Work With a Human-Centric Approach Whitepaper



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