New Delhi, IAS. Hybrid workplaces are set to redefine the future of work in the new normal, but a third of companies anywhere will fail to meet work goals, and it won’t be the Covid virus’s fault. According to global research firm Forrester, 100 percent of companies will fail to adjust compensation during the post-pandemic boom.

However, employee recognition programs will be increased from 1 per cent to 2 per cent of total compensation next year. Companies have to make a lot of decisions – where people can work, what tools they should have available for the job, and how managers can shift to become more coaches than supervisors, the report said. .

Employees today want different things, better resources, to enable their success at work, and they also want different outcomes for their careers. They see evidence that they can demand reasonable things and get what they want. Against this background, only 48 percent of large organizations in the US have a dedicated program for employee experience.

That number will rise to 65 percent as more officers suddenly become former advocates of the highest order, seeing their monthly dropout rates as high as 2 percent, the report said. Employee experience budgets will increase, so will investments in automation and robotics designed to complement the human workforce.

According to Forrester, a larger company will also announce that it is limiting its human workforce to its current levels and instead aims to expand its capacity through automation and robotics.

The report said such a bold move, instead of indicating dehumanization of the workforce, would represent a commitment to those already working there, giving them an increased role as automation Gives them the equivalent of superpowers ready for work.

Edited By: Ashish Deep