Microsoft's Jared Spataro on the Employee Trends Leaders Need to Know

Microsoft's Jared Spataro on the Employee Trends Leaders Need to Know

Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of Modern Work, Jared Spataro, shares key insights from the company's annual Work Trend Index in this podcast hosted by Elise Hu. The survey, which covered over 30,000 people in 31 countries, highlights the need for leaders to develop new skills to adapt to changing employee expectations. The conversation is part of Season 2 of the WorkLab podcast, which features discussions with a variety of experts, including economists, technologists, and researchers, who examine data and insights to understand the transformations taking place in the workplace.

This episode, titled "Great Expectations: Making Hybrid Work Work," sheds light on the challenges and opportunities presented by shifting work trends, particularly in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Through Spataro's insights, listeners gain a deeper appreciation for the importance of keeping up with trends and developing the necessary skills to manage a successful and engaged workforce in a rapidly changing world.

If you're a leader looking to stay ahead of the curve and better understand the needs and desires of your employees, this podcast is a valuable resource that can help you navigate the evolving landscape of work.

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Everything we thought we knew about work—where we do it, when we do it, how we do it—has been turned on its head. Where is it all going, and is there a map to get us there? WorkLab is a new podcast from Microsoft that taps into data and research to guide you on the road ahead. Leaders and scientists share the company’s findings, and we’ll hear stories about how people and organizations are being transformed at this radical moment. Join us as we explore the science of work and ingenuity.

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