TOP 2017 WORKPLACE TRENDS IMPACTING WORKERS
Sodexo’s 2017 Global Workplace Trends Report highlights the influence of design thinking, millennial talent and migration on the workplace and employees
Sodexo CEO of Corporate Services
An ever-shifting political, economic and demographic landscape can make it challenging for businesses to stay abreast of key workplace trends that impact their workforce. Sodexo’s 2017 Global Workplace Trends Report highlights 10 important trends that business leaders will want to track. The report is based on Sodexo’s original research and interviews with more than 50 subject matter experts from renowned academic institutions, associations, consultancies, foundations, NGOs, research groups and think tanks.
The 2017 report from Sodexo shows that connectivity, innovations and uncertainty are rewriting the rules of the workplace. Next-generation working styles are being defined by individuality, inclusiveness and techno-literacy. It also calls out that we can expect to see more robots as colleagues in the not-so-distant future.
On Tuesday, March 7th, Mark Bickford, Sodexo CEO of Corporate Services in North America is available to discuss the following key trends called out in the report:
- Unlocking the Potential of Millennial Talent: Why do we need to better understand millennials? Grasping the unique set of attributes that Gen Y and their younger siblings, Gen Z, bring to the work table gives us a view into the future of the workplace.
- The Agile Organization: Organizations are seeking the holy grail of agility—speed plus stability—with an ultimate goal of responding to new conditions, all while keeping employees agile, too, by using disciplines such as mindfulness.
· Redefining the Workplace Experience: From physical space and technology to virtual work considerations and amenities, the way workers experience their surroundings is key to a happy workforce.
MORE ABOUT MARK BICKFORD:
Mark Bickford is CEO of Corporate Services, North America, for Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life services and the 19th largest employer in the world. Mr. Bickford is responsible for $1.5 billion in annual revenues and serving 2,000 client locations.