Paper people cutouts While there’s been improvement in the factors crucial in attracting and retaining good employees, there’s still substantial work to be done. Photo: Shutterstock)

The workplace is changing, driven by automation and new technology, talent and skill shortages, and changing workplace expectations. One area not quite keeping up with the rapid pace of change? Workplace culture.

According to the 2020 Global Culture Report from O. C. Tanner, despite a “significant” level of investment in workplace culture, workers are increasingly frustrated with “conventional workplace practices” and are also increasingly burning out. In addition, they’re not fond of “traditional leadership practices and philosophies.”

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Marlene Satter

Marlene Y. Satter has worked in and written about the financial industry for decades.

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