• PWC

Companies Need To Be More Open

Updated: Sep 9

Four in five C-suite executives believe the people and business agendas have never been more intertwined, making it crucial for companies to be more open and easier to relate to, says Mercer’s ‘2022 Global Talent Trends Study.’ ‘The Rise of the Relatable Organization’ says listening intently to their stakeholders, using data to uncover patterns and guide action, and speaking out on issues that matter will help employees who have the privilege of choice decide which organization(s) they want to spend time with. “Organizations now have a moment of profound opportunity to pick up the tools of empathy honed during the pandemic – balanced with economics – and carve a new way of partnering that is more relatable and, ultimately, more sustainable,” says Kate Bravery, report author and global leader of advisory solutions and insights at Mercer. “A fundamental change in people’s values is underpinning a structural shift in the labour market. There is now increased pressure for organizations to contribute to society in a way that reflects the values of their customers, employees, and investors. The challenge is making progress here, whilst grappling with inflationary pressures, pivoting to new crises, and tackling differing views on the future of work.”

0 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Even with the tremendous volatility in the sector, there are many more traditional hedge funds investing in crypto and more specialist crypto funds being created as the digital asset class gains accep

Wealth management firms and financial advisors need strong knowledge of growth areas such as sustainable investing and crypto-related assets going forward despite the biggest growth in wealth in more

COVID-19 caused high levels of inflation in 2021 and into 2022 as the pandemic shifted demand away from services and towards goods while also disrupting global supply chains, says Aon. Its ‘Inflationa