The reinvention of company culture
“The human-centered company culture being forged has some recurring characteristics: flexibility, asynchrony, trust, belonging, and a holistic focus on well-being. A 2021 survey by LinkedIn of what matters most to job seekers around the world found that the No. 1 employee value proposition is good work-life (all right, life-work) balance, followed by excellent compensation and benefits. Today, forward thinking organizations are working with employees to make home an office away from office.”
We already know that by its nature, a human-centric culture focuses on the individual needs of the employee. It values diversity, drives equity, fosters a sense of belonging and supports inclusivity. It also puts the focus on emotional well-being. And, at its core, the well-being of your employees is based on having them feel safe, comfortable and able to bring their authentic selves to work.
This 2022 Global Talent Trends Report from LinkedIn pulls from two dozen leading talent professionals around the world and reviewed proprietary LinkedIn data taken from millions of employee engagement surveys and billions of actions on their platform. Overall, the numbers are clear, and they’re meant to help us understand how a caring culture has become the pivotal asset for companies worldwide.