Workplace Trends That Will Shape 2022

Workplace Trends That Will Shape 2022

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1. Prioritizing employee wellbeing with expansive health offerings

The new offerings to potential new and old workers will focus on precision and performance-based health and mindset wellness. The old-school insurance game of “These are your benefits with X amount for deductibles” is not a big lure to the next generation of workers. Newer, precision-based care will focus specifically on their needs for physical, mental and 

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1. Prioritizing employee wellbeing with expansive health offerings

spiritual support. These are all well backed and generally accepted by those in health care, but not by those in sick care (medical providers, hospitals, large medical centers).

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2. Addressing employee retention rates, burnout and turnover 

Employee retention, burnout and turnover are running high in all facets of the workforce.  The last two-plus years of dealing with Covid, lockdowns, relegation to working from home and limited ability to vacation have increased the overall stress on the workforce. This is easily observed in the upper ages of Gen X down to the millennials.

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2. Addressing employee retention rates, burnout and turnover 

Combating all of this stress is difficult across all industries in the workforce. Decreasing hours per week worked while paying as if full-time may increase productivity and save in the medium and long term which can increase the mental and physical health of the staff. 

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3. Organizations need to be prepared for disruptions

My company has found having SOPs (standard operating procedures) and recorded “how to do this or that'' videos through Loom or Zoom assists with training a new hire and helping retained employees feel vested in the company.  Each position in the company has recorded how-to’s, and if an employee leaves another can be quickly trained to do their 

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3. Organizations need to be prepared for disruptions

position day to day or that position can be cross-trained to others filling in the gaps until someone is fully trained from the video training. Another important question to ask would be: Can work be done from home a day or two a week?  One thing the pandemic has shown is many workers are 

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3. Organizations need to be prepared for disruptions

more productive while working from home than at the job site. Working from home typically allows for fewer interruptions and increases task speed.

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