The workplace of tomorrow is already here. So companies better adapt, like yesterday.
From the rise in remote work to a skills gap that just won’t quit, technology has created about as many challenges for the workplace as there are filters on Snapchat.
Fortunately for modern employees, the office—or coffee shop or living room—of the future will be a more rewarding place to be (and we don’t mean Bitcoin).
Employee development has shifted from onboarding and annual reviews to ongoing conversations, changing how we do just about everything. Here are just a few of the ways you can keep up:
Dig deep to discover what truly motivates employees.
Bridge interviewed 600+ employees to uncover their career drivers. Here’s what we found:
- • Impact
- • Purpose
- • Work-life balance
- • Feeling valued
- • Collaboration
(Don’t worry, we’ll give you the tools to do your own digging in the e-book.)
Step up your collaboration game
Approximately 162 million people in Europe and the United States are temps, part-timers, contract workers, and at least 1.5 million people in the UK work from home, meaning teams have to work like they’re in the same room, even when they’re on different continents.
Create meaning for your organization and everyone in it
You can drive real results for your employees and your KPIs through:
- • Ongoing feedback and conversations
- • Coaching and mentoring opportunities (new-school style)
- • Work / life balance and flexibility
Download The Future of Work: 10 Essentials for Winning Employee Development
Want more tips? Whatever the workplace of tomorrow throws your way, we’ve got you covered in this go-to guide.