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More remote work, a focus on results rather than hours worked and increased empathy are some of what workers want post pandemic, according to a global report, “Resetting Normal: Defining the New Era of Work,” released today by The Adecco Group.
One of the findings: Nearly three quarters of global workers surveyed said a mix of office-based and remote work is the ideal way to go, and 69% want more digital training.
“The world of work will never return to the ‘normal’ we knew before the pandemic struck,” Adecco CEO Alain Dehaze said. “The sudden and dramatic change in the workplace landscape has accelerated emerging trends such as flexible working, high-EQ leadership and re-skilling, to the point where they are now fundamental to organizational success.”
Among findings in the report:
Polls for Adecco’s report included responses from 8,000 office-based employees, managers and C-suite executives in Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, the UK and the US.