Disengaged workers, work overload, and burnout are not new workforce problems and were actually steadily increasing well before the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the pandemic created a tipping point, challenging not only long-held assumptions about the possibilities of working from home but also the power balance between employer and employee.
We now find ourselves in a time of readjustment and uncertainty, which offers a unique opportunity for employers and employees to come up with new approaches to long-existing issues. In this climate of change, for-profit and nonprofit organizations can learn from each sector’s traditional strengths and vulnerabilities in managing employees. In this webinar, attendees will be challenged to look for new approaches to our current state of work so they can avoid repeating the solutions that weren’t working prior to COVID-19 and aren’t likely to be successful in the new world of work we find ourselves in now.
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