The nature of work has been impacted by technological changes, demographic & social shifts, climate change, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. As companies navigate these trends & take stock of lessons learned, there is an opportunity to rebuild for a more human-centric, sustainable, and resilient future of workforces by design.
Companies are redesigning their people processes and work practices to intentionally mainstream good work across their operations. Our Global Talent Trends show relatable organizations are coming off mute on what they stand for and setting ‘good work’ standards that reflect the values of all their stakeholders.
In collaboration with the World Economic Forum (WEF), our new whitepaper The Good Work Framework: A new business agenda for the future of work shares insights into a Framework enabling good work - comprising five pillars with associated goals to address people issues arising from the trends.
— 2022 Global Talent Trends Study
Forward-thinking organizations are reinventing themselves under the new shape of work as responsible, innovative employers making proactive commitments to such goals with corresponding measures that show meaningful progress. Now is the time to raise the bar to be more relevant by making good work a reality when transforming, leading to positive outcomes for both business and society.
Learn more about Setting up Good Work Standards.