Leading People and Teams into the Future of Work

The future of work is near, and companies need to adapt and anticipate transformations in employment. Learn how in this blog post.
REMOTO WORKFORCE Team I Updated on - April 29, 2022
 

The future of work is a term that incorporates the need for small and medium business owners to anticipate transformations in employment. The coronavirus pandemic has fueled the future of work and has imposed specific trends, such as the prevalence of remote work and shifts in leadership roles.

In this blog post, we tell you how to build an inclusive future of work for your company.

 

What is the Future of Work?

 

The “future of work” is common among business and HR management experts. This term comprehends the evolution of workplaces and employees in the coming years. Thus, by utilizing this concept, experts forecast trends and changes in work and identify how companies can react to them. Also, the labor market has been evolving rapidly during the last decades, and businesses must adapt to continue growing and expanding.

Kate O’Neill explains that the future of work is mainly related to employment issues.

 

The discussions about the future of work have mostly to do with what employment looks like from an employee-oriented lens: what are the roles, how much of it is done remotely, what kind of benefits will people expect, and so on,” asserts O’Neill.

 

Nonetheless, O’Neill proposes to begin speaking about the future of jobs and how remote employees perceive the future of work. For example, job seekers will need to know how automation and technology can replace or support their work and renew their skills to adapt to the new labor market.

In other words, both employers and employees can make sense of the future of work after the COVID-19 pandemic and create inclusive, diverse, and egalitarian workplaces that foster cultural differences and female leadership.

 

The Future of Work: What Are the Current Trends in Work?

 

According to Cristina Martic, specific trends show that the future of work is near. We recap these trends for you in this blog post:

Remote work prevails: At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, many organizations relied on remote work to not lose entire business. Today, the trend toward abandoning in-site positions is consolidating. Meanwhile, remote work has been attracting job seekers and companies. For example, outsourcing remote employees can help business owners to save costs derived from payrolls and people ops.

Accelerated digital transformations: Companies have considered technology to optimize internal and external processes. For instance, tools and software for employee communication are recurrent in most corporations.

Increased internal communication: consolidating communication flux among employees is essential for a productive workplace. Concerning internal communication, female leadership is crucial. Typically, female leaders foster diversity and inclusion in workplaces through soft skills, such as empathy, emotional intelligence, and attentive listening.

The changing role of leadership: transformation in leadership has led to healthier workplaces. Female leaders are open, transparent, and have an excellent disposition for authentic communication with others. As a result, they can benefit from the expansion of your business in 2022.

Ethics is at the forefront: employee morale and well-being will be essential in the future of work.

In this TED talk, Daniel Susskind tells you three myths surrounding the future of work.

 

 

 

How Can You Prepare for the Future of Work?

 

You can prepare for the future of work by following these steps:

Incorporate diversity and inclusion in the workplace: your business will benefit from having different perspectives and backgrounds. Enhance your recruiting strategies to include culturally diverse remote employees in the workplace.

Promote female leadership and flexible careers: this means working toward eliminating the gender pay gap and creating internal policies to eradicate gender-based violence in your company. Also, you can add flexibility as a principle of your HR management strategies.

Begin the transition toward a remote environment: contact an outsourcing partner, such as Remoto Workforce, to get advice on having an entirely remote workforce.

Implement new ways of attracting and retaining talent: include new ways to attract and retain talent, such as fostering your company’s mission through employee value propositions and onboarding initiatives.

For example, you may want to review this fantastic onboarding checklist for your remote employees in the first week in the company.

You can also learn more about the gender pay gap in this video.

 

 

 

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