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People Power: COVID-19 Will Redefine Workforce Dynamics In The Post-Pandemic Era

Watch: People Power: COVID-19 Will Redefine Workforce Dynamics In The Post-Pandemic Era

Unprecedented employment challenges stemming from the coronavirus pandemic are rippling across the broader economy and affecting how employees operate and interact with their employers.

The fallout from the pandemic is unevenly affecting lower-wage workers who have less access to paid time off, health care, or job security. This has prompted a reconsideration of the value of workers including the salaries and benefits they are being offered.

It has also presented a rare opportunity for employees to leverage the pandemic as a platform to demand change in the workplace, including improved health and safety measures.

Workplace culture is more fluid now than ever, and corporations will likely need to make significant financial and time investments in their employees to remain competitive in the post-pandemic labor market. Ultimately, we believe changing workforce dynamics will have profound future implications on the workplace structure, health and safety benefits offered to employees, and technological innovation.