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As we launch our Employer of the Future campaign, we share our insights and observations about the key factors that are driving change in the workplace. 

“The past 20 years have witnessed profound changes in workplace culture, policies and practice. The physical, cultural and economic shock of two years of pandemic, however, amplified those changes with dramatic effect, altering how and where staff work and the relationship expectations between them and their employers.”

Emma Burrows, Partner and Head of Employment and Pensions

Drawing on a growing volume of poll and survey data that reveals some of the successes and challenges of adapting to a fast-moving, employee-led job market, this discussion brings together key ideas that will be explored in depth over the course of 2022. 

As we explore the changing nature of the employer and employee relationship we also share our thoughts on how the relationship is changing, thoughts and ideas on how businesses today can become an employer of choice and how they can remain competitive in a fast-evolving world of work.    

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