Episode #66 – Looking Forward – 2025 Anyone?! : Theresa Agovino

Apr 13, 2021, 11:00 AM

Theresa Agovino
The second guest in our Return to Work Series is Theresa Agovino, workplace editor for the Society for Human Resource Management. Teresa McQueen talks with Theresa about what the workplace could look like in 2025.  Facebook and Twitter were one of the first companies to hire a Director of Remote Work to help manage the amount of people working remotely.  Another trend that Theresa says will continue is the push for diversity and inclusion. Theresa also believes that the COVID-19 pandemic has made companies think more about the health of their employees.
"Companies have realized that people can productivity work from home"
"It's made companies so much more aware of the health and safety of their employees"
- Theresa Agovino
Check out the Theresa's article mentioned in today's podcast :
What Will the Workplace Look Like in 2025
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Thank You To:
Theresa Agovino
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Paul Roberts
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