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Help Employees Embrace Change with These 4 Strategies

Posted on January 28th, 2022 Read time: 2 minutes

Workplaces have changed a lot in the last decade, but in the last 2 years, the rate of that change has accelerated exponentially. In 2020, for example, we saw 10 years of technological change in just 10 months.

After all, we’re in the midst of an era of change in the workplace known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution. New tools and methods are emerging (such as automation and artificial intelligence (AI)) that allow companies to make better products and services. The COVID-19 crisis has helped push this technological revolution forward and transformed the way we work. Although we were already heading toward a remote and digital-first workforce, the pandemic made it a necessity. As a result, the physical and digital realms have crossed over, creating new avenues for work and industry.

Employers have been forced to adapt to these changes in the workplace to survive—and we can be sure that more changes will come in 2022. So how can employers help employees continue to embrace change? How can they encourage employees to see change as a positive thing rather than just another workplace stressor?


Read the full article in HR Daily Advisor for 4 strategies to help your teams be more open to change in the workplace.


Guest-contributed article written by: Tania Fiero, Chief Human Resources Officer

Tania Fiero is the chief human resources officer at Innovative Employee Solutions (IES), a leading global employer of record in more than 150 countries that specializes in payrolling and contractor management services for today’s contingent workforce. Founded in 1974 in San Diego, IES has grown into one of the city’s largest women-owned businesses and has been named one of its “Best Places to Work” for 10 years in a row. An expert in joint employment and the Affordable Care Act, Tania helps employers embrace contingent workers in their staffing strategy and culture.

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