Workplace Culture Trends in 2022: From Adaptation To Transformation

Workplace Culture Trends in 2022: From Adaptation To Transformation

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1. Hybrid Working

According to KPMG, 69% of CEOs aimed to downsize over the last couple of years.  In other words, they’d decrease the amount of office space they have. That is a significant amount of money saved. Employees come in at a 50-60% capacity on varying days depending on work deliverables, personal schedules, and meeting 

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1. Hybrid Working

requirements. This arrangement ensures that part of the flexibility of work from home still remains (benefiting employees), work still gets done and money is saved and used somewhere better (benefiting employers).  Many reports have concluded that up to 90% of employees are happier with increased freedom and flexibility. This will 

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1. Hybrid Working

influence the global war for talent wherein employees will compete for jobs where flexibility like this is available. In keeping with this trend, we have introduced a similar policy where employees are allowed to work from home 3-4 days a month.

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2. Employee Healthcare & Wellbeing

There is an incredible increase in employee healthcare and wellbeing. Specifically mental wellbeing. Organizations are taking the necessary steps to focus more on work-life balance by taking on a number of new measures.  As a part of flexible working, they encourage employees to take time off to exercise, meditate, conduct leisure 

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2. Employee Healthcare & Wellbeing

activities, provide counseling, provide an allowance for therapy, some companies even give people paid time off to give back to the community.  There are many ways to encourage employees to adopt a healthy lifestyle through food, sleep, and the right medical availability.  

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3. Core Focus On Skills

One of the primary reason’s why employees switch jobs is because they see no growth and they aren’t learning anymore.  From the organization’s point of view, an employee can only deliver value and quality work if they are well trained when it comes to their job, industry, and designation. Organizations now realize the importance of 

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3. Core Focus On Skills

investing in training their employees and helping them up the ladder.  Employee skills prove to be critical because they address the core competencies of the organization and fuel their competitive edge. The ROI is tenfold. Companies will now recognize each individual’s skill set and help 

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them train according to their competency and what they’d like to do as well.

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4. Employee Data & Analytics

With remote and hybrid work at the forefront, using tools and platforms to monitor employee progress and behavior has become a priority.  Organizations can easily communicate, engage, recognize and track employee analytics via employee engagement platforms.  Organizations are increasingly investing in these platforms in 

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4. Employee Data & Analytics

order to drive efficiency and productivity. Companies that use this technology understand their employee populations better and are able to make well-informed decisions quicker and in real-time.

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