New White Paper – Managing a Successful Future of Work

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A successful return-to-work strategy involves transparency, flexibility, responsiveness, and support of employee wellness. Time for Change: Managing a Successful Future of Work, a new Everbridge white paper, stresses that leaders at every level of an organization must recognize and communicate with distressed employees and respond to signs of trouble. This not only fosters a positive workplace for the employee to return to but has impacting effects on business itself. Higher retention rates and lower levels of stress often equate to highly productive business operations.

It’s important to create an environment where employees are able to thrive. Download this white paper to learn:

  • The differences between the traditional model of work vs. the hybrid model of work
  • The framework for achieving a successful transition and advice on implementing a return-to-work change program
  • How to construct highly effective employee messaging to achieve communication goals

Download Time for Change: Managing a Successful Future of Work here.

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