The workforce trends of the present day have caused a lot of tumults. Despite the challenges such as shorter terms for employees and periodic team formation changes, life has been affected in both small and considerable ways. All organizations worldwide notwithstanding industry, geography or category face pressure every day to meet higher expectations regardless of expenses and cost concerns. But sometimes, expectations cost money and also do not heed any boundaries.
Employees today have higher expectations be it coaching and development or compensation. Organizations too have high expectations of employees. For example, Organizations expect employees to grasp constant changes within the organization, to be more “updated” and take on more responsibility. HRs’ around the world, found that handling high employee expectations is a huge concern. These three insights can help.
Providing a Work-Space Culture that Performs:
Culture is one of the most pressing talent issues today, and organizations expect HRs’ to focus on and execute culture initiatives. But despite most companies now spending more on culture management activities, just 3 out of 10 HR leaders are confident that their organizations have the culture in place for future business performance outcomes.
This is because most culture management activities depend on changing some aspects of employees. For example, most organizations communicate desirable qualities to employees and ask senior heads to structure the culture they require. But the greatest impact on workplace culture is when senior officers stress these qualities in how they manage the business, which only a few of them actually do.