Video duration 25 minutes 00 seconds
The government encourages “work from home” because employees demand a better balance between work and life.
In the past two years, due to the coronavirus pandemic, many of us have had to change the way we work.
Working from home is becoming the norm because people avoid crowded offices and transportation systems.
Although this is an option for some people, basic workers in the healthcare and hotel industries do not have this option.
In addition, this epidemic has led to what some people call “great resignations” in industrialized countries.
Millions of employees are dissatisfied with their jobs and quit their jobs to find a role that can better balance their work and life.
So will 2022 be a turning point in labor relations?
host: Muhammad Jamjom
Dave Carhart-Vice President of Lattice, a personnel management software company
Shannon Liss-Riordan – Labor Law Attorney at Lichten & Liss-Riordan Law Firm, PC
Casey Wahl – CEO and co-founder of Attuned.ai, a recruitment platform that uses artificial intelligence