The Future of Work is a hub with many spokes: workspace, culture, technology, policies and procedures, and much more.
At the center of it all? People.
We have decided that we want to work in human-centric environments, from a workspace tailored to the individual to a culture of empathy. And on a larger scale, we want to believe in our company’s mission and be a part of something bigger.
Lofty ideals, to be sure. But this seismic shift in work philosophy is a critical inflection point as we grapple with climate change, social justice, and a global health crisis driving millions of people to evaluate what really matters in life.
How are leaders adapting to this emerging philosophy? What does this focus on humanity actually look like in practice?
Rheaply Co-founder and CEO Garry Cooper and Bonfire Co-founder and CEO Suzanne Muchin share their perspectives.