The pandemic doesn't change expectations for employees, but it should encourage leaders to demonstrate how they care about employee needs and concerns, writes Ed Hodge, executive vice president and chief HR officer for Trinity Health. "Without trust, workers will wonder if they can depend on their leaders in the next crisis -- they may wonder if they even want to depend on the organization and its leaders in the next crisis," he writes.
Pandemic reinforces meeting employees where they are
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