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The New Normal: The future of work as employees come back to offices

News 12's Elizabeth Hashagen was joined by Bhushan Sethi, where they discussed the future of the workplace and what changes need to be made in a post-pandemic world.

News 12 Staff

Jul 12, 2021, 2:59 PM

Updated 1,077 days ago


New York is among 25 states seeing an uptick in coronavirus cases as vaccination rates drop to their lowest point since January. New Jersey is up 12% in the past two weeks.  (what is up? Cases?)
Currently, the U.S. is averaging 600,000 COVID-19 vaccinations each day, compared to an average of 1 million administered doses the week prior.
Health experts cite the highly infectious delta variant for a 16% jump in new cases in the past week. According to the CDC, 99.7% of current cases are among the unvaccinated.
This morning, News 12's Elizabeth Hashagen was joined by Bhushan Sethi, the joint global leader of PwC's People & Organization practice, where he shapes and drives the firm's global network strategy across in 150+ countries.
Do we have a post pandemic burnout problem?
How can companies boost morale for employees?
An overview of the top perks that workers want to see as they get back to offices.
Does company culture need to change in a post-pandemic world?

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