New Survey Finds Americans Expect More from Employers Coming Out of Pandemic
In our survey of 1,010 Americans
- Company leaders should be aware of heightened expectations Americans may place on them depending on how they benefited during the pandemic. Nearly three quarters (74%) of Americans believe that companies receiving federally funded coronavirus relief packages have a responsibility to give back to society through corporate responsibility programs.
- Expectations for more diverse and inclusive workplaces were already high before the pandemic. But, leaders should know that two thirds of Americans (67%) say employers should increase their efforts to create diverse and inclusive workplace cultures as we come out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Employees expect their employers to treat them well and communicate with them effectively. That’s certainly true at this time, but only half (49%) agree their employer is clearly communicating how their company will operate differently once operations re-open.
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