Seven Steps to Employee Well-being
Be flexible and thoughtful
Jason Oxman, CAE, president and CEO of the Information Technology Industry Council, was so impressed by his staff’s productivity and dedication during the pandemic—the two most successful years in ITI’s history—that he made a concerted effort to take the lessons learned from that challenging time and bring them into a post-pandemic workplace.
“Our overall goal is to be a great place to work and make sure our employees recognize that we value their contributions to the organization—and that we wouldn’t be successful without them,” Oxman said.
In addition to lessons learned from a crisis, a lot of the changes ITI has made have been based on employee feedback and best practices among its member companies, “because they have a lot of interesting ideas about how to attract and retain a talented workforce,” Oxman said.
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