Future of work: the Good Work Alliance's impact on equitable and productive workplaces
The World Economic Forum and 14 Global Companies are shaping the future of work through the Good Work Alliance, reaching over 1.3 million employees.
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The World Economic Forum's 'Good Work Framework' provides goals and approaches for organizations to adopt to remain relevant to present and future employees.
Worldwide 41% of employees plan to leave their jobs this year. Brands that focus on connection, progress and employee development are most likely to retain staff.
Companies must respond to the new economic and social realities accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how employers can ensure good work standards.