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  • What post-pandemic needs will employers need to address?
  • What post-pandemic needs will employers need to address?
    Vanessa Garcia (2020) ©
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Naeema Pasha on the evolving future of work

Successful vaccine rollouts may signal a return to offices in 2021, but given the pandemic’s drastic impact on people’s values and attitudes, what will they expect from employers going forwards? Canvas8 spoke to Dr. Naeema Pasha of the Henley Business School about the future of work.

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The outbreak of COVID-19 saw the once-utopian idea of remote working became the norm for many employees around the world. But after more than a year of enormous shifts – from social movements and AI advances to new digital behaviours – people's values and expectations around work have drastically changed. So, while successful vaccine rollouts are leading organisations to set tentative plans for the return to offices, their roadmaps may not match their employees’ visions of the future of work.

It’s clear that everyone has had a different experience of remote working. According to research carried out in ...

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