October 26, 2022

Traliant, an innovator in online compliance training, today released findings from a nationwide survey — How Employees are Shaping the New World of Work — that explores employee attitudes and expectations about the future of work in a post-pandemic era. The survey of 2,000 full-time employees across the US underscores the need for organizations to align employer-employee values and priorities to improve worker engagement, recruiting and retention and build a more inclusive, ethical culture.

Flexibility, work-life balance, psychological safety and environmental, social and governance issues (ESG) are among the factors that are increasingly important to employees in 2023 and beyond. The Traliant report digs into these elements of the workplace, how they’re impacting employee sentiment and what actions leaders can take in light of these trends.

“We’ve seen how the pandemic has changed how we think about work, and our survey makes clear that organizations need to change, too,” said John Arendes, Traliant CEO. “As leaders, we need to create a culture of trust, transparency and flexibility and ensure employees feel valued and included.”

Read the full press release on PRWeb



Carole Walters