“As we enter 2022, changes in how we work, where we work, who we work with, why we work, and the technologies we use are in continual flux. Many of these changes started prior to the pandemic, were accelerated by it, and have become permanent aspects of the workplace.” – Forbes
You’ve likely been bombarded with buzzwords from quite a deal of crystal ball gazing about the future of work in 2022 as we move into more COVID-19 variants and self-imposed isolation, changes to the workplace and the growing power of individual.
“Mutual prosperity; “from “me” to “we”; “from roles to skills”; inclusion and diversity; “reinvention”; “The Great Resignation” and many, many more.
Well at Ploy we’re sifting through the research, looking at our own experience and that of our staff, partners, customers and contractors and coming to you shortly with what we think about the changing workforce and workplace as we move into 2022, and here’s a teaser of the things we think are going to impact this year.
Stay tuned! We will let you know what we think in more detail soon!
We spoke about the Great Resignation, and this data from LinkedIn Talent Insights just goes to show how much has changed in the Australian IT market.
The Great Resignation – Future Proofing your Organisation As we adjust to life with Covid (whatever that means), it’s time…