Signing bonuses and extra days off are a shiny solution in a tight labor market, but they don’t get to the heart of the problem.
future of work
A new kind of cloud-computing video-editing software called LucidLink has exploded during the pandemic, because it enables production teams to work from anywhere. WebMD says this is the future of their business.
Right now, companies are fumbling. It’s time to apply a new set of metrics to how work is measured, how it’s compensated, and how much of it can be done remotely.
Apps are likely to end up a great way to take rigidity and sameness out of Zoom meetings. But for the moment, to have better meetings you need fewer tools, not more.
Tech-fueled hybrid work could lead to productivity unimaginable with in-office or remote models alone. But companies will need a new infrastructure on the "edge."
Embracing remote work policies permanently won’t be enough. Effective retention strategies must evolve alongside shifting workforce trends, and prioritize growth, fulfillment, and belonging.