As the pandemic ushered in myriad shifts for employees, many leaders responded by leaning heavily on one skill: empathy.
In fact, according to a recent Businessolver report, employees this year rated both leadership and their organizations higher on an empathy scale than they did before the pandemic. Now, as organizations strategize for what the post-pandemic workplace will look like, many are striving to embed a more “human” approach—an effort that experts say can be elevated by a new federal regulation.
Last summer, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted new regulations for employer disclosures on human capital information. In a webinar hosted by