https://criticalcomponents.com.au/services-overview/organisation-support/ Modern day companies are housing four generations of the workforce namely, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and the first of Generation Z. With several generations in a single workplace environment, employers are expected to juggle vastly different values and expectations of employees. Work cultures and societal attitudes of each generation are drastically different with each incoming generation of employees. This has a drastic impact on a company’s bottom line and survival if not handled carefully. Accompanying this shift is the corresponding changes in corporate culture, disclosure and transparency, risk management, corporate social responsibility, ethics, values and legal and statutory requirements. Companies both national and international are being impacted by these shifts. No organisation has been spared. Even legal associations at the helm of enforcing the evolution of changes to corporate culture such as diversity, inclusion and conflict resolution in the workplace have prepared their own public statements which have included commitments to diversity, mental health, inclusiveness, flexible working hours and employee wellbeing. Often such responses are disseminated to the community to attest that the company cares about their employees, what safeguards are in place and a commitment to continuous improvement of internal processes and to align with changes in legislation and societal attitudes. Without these systems in place, it is becoming a greater challenge to retain talent and shifting attitudes are to gravitate towards companies which do have a commitment to diversity, mental health, inclusiveness, flexible working hours and employee wellbeing. The onset of the wave of rapid changes in today’s workplace environments requires a strategic response. Businesses will have to adapt and compose how they represent themselves, which requires creativity, collaboration, resilience and being financially astute, all at the same time. Selecting and enhancing highly competent leaders, implementing strategies and organisational procedures that optimise teams and navigating the constellation of workplace conflicts, incidents and employee mental health risk factors is both an art and a science. This is the core of what we do at Chat Clinic when we work with organisations.

Services for organizations & MNCs

Generational workforce impacts your bottom line

Modern-day companies contain four generations of the workforce namely, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and the first of Generation Z. With several generations in a single workplace environment, employers are expected to juggle vastly different values and expectations of employees. Work cultures and societal attitudes of each generation are drastically different with each incoming generation of employees. This has a drastic impact on a company’s bottom line and survival if not handled carefully.

The evolution of corporate culture

Accompanying this shift are the corresponding changes in corporate culture, disclosure and transparency, risk management, corporate social responsibility, ethics, values and legal and statutory requirements. Companies both national and international are being impacted by these shifts.

No organisation has been spared. Even legal associations at the helm of enforcing the evolution of changes to corporate culture such as diversity, inclusion and conflict resolution in the workplace have prepared their own public statements which have included commitments to diversity, mental health, inclusiveness, flexible working hours and employee wellbeing. Often such responses are disseminated to the community to attest that the company cares about their employees, what safeguards are in place and a commitment to continuous improvement of internal processes and to align with changes in legislation and societal attitudes. Without these systems in place, it is becoming a greater challenge to retain talent and shifting attitudes are to gravitate towards companies that do have a commitment to diversity, mental health, inclusiveness, flexible working hours and employee wellbeing.

Adapting to retain and attract talent

Without these systems in place, it is becoming a greater challenge to retain talent. Shifting attitudes are to gravitate towards companies that have a commitment to diversity, mental health, inclusiveness, flexible working hours and employee wellbeing.

The onset of the wave of rapid changes in today’s workplace environments requires a strategic response. Businesses will have to adapt and compose how they represent themselves, which requires creativity, collaboration, resilience and being financially astute, all at the same time.

What we can provide to your organisation

Selecting and enhancing highly competent leaders, implementing strategies and organisational procedures that optimise teams and navigating the constellation of workplace conflicts, incidents and employee mental health risk factors is both an art and a science. This is the core of what we do at Chat Clinic when we work with organisations.

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