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The workforce holds the power as companies rush to make decisions for the new normal, a report by FlexTal and Entrepreneur Media finds.
Don't make the classic mistake of thinking that treating people like humans is bad for your bottom line.
Embracing communication and flexibility are two necessities for businesses trying to find a strategic answer to the future of work question.
Both workers and leaders must learn how to support their coworkers and, most importantly, themselves.
Though a significant number of workers aren't ready to work in an office setting, they're not fond of working at home full-time either.
Servcorp, decades older than WeWork, sees a remote-work future without foosball tables and 'Hustle Harder' posters.
Used smartly, new tech can help resolve many of the same differences it's helped magnify -- including gaps in communication, skill sets and work-life balance.
Meaningful, ongoing benefits are good for employees, team culture and your bottom line.
Channel their passion and desire for meaningful work into projects that give them real opportunities to gain leadership experience.
Flexible scheduling and open feedback loops build trust with incoming employees. Companies shouldn't be surprised if older workers appreciate those changes, too.