Welcome to the May Work-Learn Insight Newsletter. As the worldwide vaccine rollout continues, we are optimistic about a return to in-person activities this fall. However, it is safe to say that many aspects of hiring will continue to be altered due to the pandemic.
The Work-Learn Institute has collected data from students and employers to understand the impact that COVID-19 has had on the workforce. Your organization can use this research to better understand the needs of today’s talent in areas such as workplace engagement.
Read on to learn more about engagement trends that have changed throughout the pandemic and strategies to engage young talent in your organization.
Engaging the next generation of talent is more than creating informal and social connections at work. Our Future-Ready Workforce Series outlined three key themes related to engagement and how employers can implement these in their organizations. Plus, hear from one employer on the tactics they use to engage young talent.
A lot has changed over the past year, including what makes employees feel engaged at work. Over the past year, we've collected and analyzed survey results from Waterloo co-op students. As the next generation of talent, we wanted to understand their perspective about which areas of the workplace have been impacted the most by the pandemic.
More from WxL