Rapid and unexpected change in the workplace has widened the space between those who have the technology and skills to do their jobs and those who do not. Employers have a role in helping fill the gaps.
Keeping employees healthy in a holistic way is a priority for employers who value their people, and they are aware that it can be costly in many ways if they fail to do so.
Identifying the practical steps that employers can take to meet workers’ needs in the rapidly changing topography of todays’ digital society.
A new world of work has arrived. Employers, ready or not, have to react with support for employees who have grown accustomed to working outside the office and will need new skills to keep up with fast-paced technological change.
How has COVID-19 inspired employers and employees to embrace a more holistic way of working? Watch the video and read the latest Zurich-Oxford report to learn more.
The time for those critical skills you thought employees would need in five years? It’s here, now.
The pandemic has accelerated the pace of change impacting the world of work. Insights from the latest Zurich-Oxford flagship report, Shaping a brighter world of work, advocates the needs for new public-private partnerships to shore up fragmented social safety nets worldwide. Now more than ever, a new social contract is needed.
COVID-19 represents an unprecedented challenge to the health and wellbeing of employees. But companies can thrive by adopting a positive approach to employee wellbeing, both in and out of work.
By working together we can help employees to have the financial security and peace of mind they need to navigate today’s challenges in the world of work.
COVID-19 has accelerated structural changes already taking place in the workplace. It is time to build a bridge between the old and the new and to give employees greater support through their working lives.