Organizations must be prepared
to adapt to changing attitudes
By Anne Cleary
The pandemic has fundamentally changed the
relationship between employer and employee.
No one (or nearly no one) had the playbook for
these new dynamics, and circumstances forced
greater transparency from the employer. Employees
expect their employers to sustain this transparency
post-pandemic on how we make decisions and why,
and in many other ways. One example of where more
transparency will be expected this year and beyond:
So why is transparent dialogue so critical when it
comes to compensation?
The pandemic created an environment where people
now work from remote locations. That implies new
employment — and therefore earning — opportunities.
People can now consider companies that they hadn’t
in the past because it would have required a move.
But the impact on compensation also changes.
Perhaps there’s a reduced need for premiums based
on a location’s cost of living.
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