Unevenness and variability are predicted to define 2022 for most employees and employers in this volatile world. HR leaders must manage the increased variability across all aspects of work.
Gartner Chief of HR Research Brian Kropp shares predicted trends that will shape workplace volatility in 2022, including:
- Fairness and equity will be defining issues for organizations.
- Some companies will shorten the work week rather than increase pay to compete in the war for knowledge worker talent.
- Employee turnover will continue to increase as hybrid and remote work become the norm.
Download the Harvard Business Review article to explore all 11 underlying trends that will shape workplace volatility in 2022.