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Reimagining Workforce and Workplace Mechanics: Where Will Work Be Done?

by ManpowerGroup Talent Solutions

Re-imagine your workforce and workplace mechanics and take advantage of this once-in-a-generation opportunity.

Find out how other senior HR leaders are taking advantage of this transformative period to better equip their companies and workforce to navigate the next normal. This survey report leverages existing intellectual property and survey data across various geographies, industries, and business sizes to provide you with practical advice, insight and learnings from various perspectives in HR.

With 51% of organisations expecting more than 40% of employees to continue to work from home over the next 18-24 months, one thing is clear: the pre-pandemic paradigm of work delivery is no longer feasible.

Discover how your peers view the future of work and the HR opportunities that’ll arise as a result. Download this complimentary report here.

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