Dan Schawbel

White Paper: The Future of Work is Hybrid

The future of work is hybrid White Paper In this premium white paper, we build the case for why the best model for the future of work is a hybrid model. We partnered with WeWork on a study of over 2,000 U.S. C-suite and employees to examine the benefits, drawbacks, and requirements of the hybrid

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The Recognition and D&I Study

At Companies Where Recognition Incorporates Diversity & Inclusion, 3X as Many Employees are Highly Engaged At companies where recognition incorporates D&I, 55% of employees are highly engaged, vs. just 17% of employees at companies where there’s no integration. At companies where recognition incorporates D&I, 69% of employees say that D&I programs are effective at making

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The Hybrid Workplace Study

Study: Nearly Two-Thirds of Employees are Willing to Pay for Access to Office Space to Support Hybrid Work 64% of employees would pay for access to an office space, and 75% would give up at least one benefit or perk for the freedom to choose their work environment. 79% of the C-Suite plan to let

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White Paper: Addressing Diversity and Inclusion

Addressing diversity and inclusion White Paper In this premium white paper, you will learn how some of the top global companies are addressing diversity and inclusion in their organizations, including Marriott International, Anthem, GM, DHL, Schneider Electric, Boston Scientific, Nielsen, Siemens, Co-Op, and Marks & Spencer. We asked Chief Diversity Officer and HR leaders about

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White Paper: Trust in the Modern Workplace

Trust in the Modern Workplace White Paper In this premium white paper, you will learn about the connection between trust and belonging in the workplace. Organizations that have effectively navigated through times of crisis are the ones that have cultivated the most trust. Through a study of nearly 3,000 workers in eleven countries, we examine

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C-Suite Experiences Mental Health Challenges Study

Global Study: C-Suite Execs Experienced More Mental Health Challenges Than Their Employees in Wake of Global Pandemic The COVID-19 pandemic impacted workers differently depending on their seniority, generation, and location C-Suite execs had a harder time adapting to virtual work than their employees Gen Z and Millennials workers are feeling the most burned out Employees

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