Great expectations: creating the civil service working environment of the future

By on 30/09/2021 | Updated on 30/09/2021
Peakon Employee Expectations Report 2021. Photo credit Anastasia Shuraeva via Pexels

Remote and flexible working, health and wellbeing, diversity and inclusion… when it comes to the workplace, all of these things and more have been thrown into sharp focus since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Having had to fundamentally shift working practices almost overnight to enable employees to deliver new and vital public services from the safety of their homes, 18 months on, civil service leaders are taking stock of what’s worked and what hasn’t, and thinking about how best to keep employees healthy, happy and productive. At the same time, people – having gone through one of the most alien and trying times in recent memory – are revaluating what’s important to them, with a flexible and supportive working life high on the list of requirements. 

There’s a lot to consider as we barrel towards a new era of work, and knowing what employees want and expect will be key. Fill out the form below to read Workday’s Employee Expectations Report 2021 and find out how to boost performance and retention. As the report says, “It’s only when the employee voice becomes part of strategic decision making that organisations can turn adversity into opportunity – driving the ongoing change and transformation that will ensure future successes”.

Workday’s Employee Expectations Report 2021

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