The pandemic has normalized remote work. Many organizations have adapted and even adopted new work models to cope with the tremendous effect the past year has had on the workplace culture.
While some are still looking for new job opportunities, others prepare their exits after reevaluating their personal and professional fulfillment.
In today’s episode, Laura talks about the great resignation, a term coined by associate professor of management at Texas A&M University, Anthony Klotz, referring to the exits of massive amounts of employees due to the life-changing period people have experienced during the pandemic.
The world is changing, and this imminent event will bring more shifts and challenges to the organizations as people’s perspectives and priorities realign.
Listen until the end of this episode to learn how to successfully navigate this time of change.
Thank you for tuning in! If you haven’t listened to episode 18 where Laura talks about the importance of learning how and when to say no, then go back and check it out!
In this episode, we cover:
-Why now more than ever people are considering leaving their jobs.
-The impact companies’ response to the post-pandemic world will have in the future.
-Redefining traditional social contracts between companies and employees.
-New challenges companies with the old social contract may face.
-Why self-reflection is key during this time.
-The 3 levels of response to the great resignation.
-How organizations may reshape their culture and adapt to the post-pandemic world.
Resources and links mentioned during this episode:
-Find your Free Values Worksheet HERE and take action on what matters most today!
–The ‘Great Resignation’ is here. This is how employers should prepare.
–Bein & Companys article: A New Social Contract Talent in a Post-Covid-19 World.
–Remote Work Statistics: Navigating the New Normal.
–Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay by Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans.