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Right now, it is difficult to predict how the workforce landscape will look post-COVID-19. The pandemic caused many organizations to quickly adjust as employees transitioned to work from home and adopted a new work environment almost instantly – especially if there were no existing remote work policies in place.

As our society and the economy adapts to the “new normal,” companies must determine what their workforce will look like long term as they are facing different a business environment, employee preferences and safety measures. Employers need to address how to re-engage their employees and make sure they feel like their concerns are addressed. Being proactive in these discussions and executions will help set companies apart and retain talent.

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