World of Work

World of Work

Attracting, motivating and retaining the best people today are major challenges.

Attracting, motivating and retaining the best people today are major challenges.

The workplace has transformed beyond recognition in recent years.

Social and economic drivers have had huge impacts. Younger people are entering the workforce with different motivations and fewer loyalties. Automation is replacing work opportunities for a growing number of people. And virtual working is changing the modern office beyond recognition.

There’s a new era in retirement and pension planning. Pensions can represent a large and complex financial risk for scheme sponsors and trustees, so it’s vital to understand the impact of social and legislative change.

Attracting, motivating and retaining the best people today are major challenges. Employee benefits and incentives need to be relevant and well researched, as newer generations want more from life than simply money.

In this rapidly changing scenario, the human resources community plays a critical role. You can now make decisions based on robust evidence rather than intuition and established best practice. However, the impact of the macro-level changes are felt acutely throughout the business – from office leasing, to IT decisions, to simply keeping a competitive advantage.

Find out how KPMG helps complex organisations adapt to an evolving world of work, and how we can help you.

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