Slayton Search Partners: The End of Top-Down Management: Adjusting to a More Empowered Workforce

The pandemic helped empower workers and employees are now expecting more flexibility and more meaningful work. Additionally, workers are looking at employers to address issues like racial equality, child care, and mental health.

With remote work on the rise, employees aren't settling for fixed conditions. On a global level, 64% of survey respondents say they either already have quit or would consider quitting if they were forced back onsite full-time.

Slayton Search Partners explores the trend of this more empowered workforce and look at what it will take to make a positive, long-term change in the landscape of work, including: 

  • The Shift to a more empowered workforce
  • Is the empowered workforce a long-term fixture
  • Enacting long-term change

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