6 policies to help HR be more strategic about culture

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As millions of U.S. workers continue to flee their jobs in what is being dubbed the “Great Resignation,” burnout and lack of growth opportunities are often cited among the biggest reasons driving this alarming trend.

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These changing work dynamics and employee perspectives, driven by the COVID-19 pandemic, are highlighting the importance of having a strong, sustainable work culture, according to David Friedman, author of Culture by Design: How to Build a High-Performing Culture Even in the New Remote Work Environment.

David Friedman

Unfortunately, Friedman says, while HR and other business leaders often talk about culture, many aren’t as strategic about

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