Five Ways Workplaces Must Change in 2021 and Beyond
PGIM’s Kathryn Sayko shares key learnings from 2020 and suggests five ways workplaces must change in 2021 to create truly equitable and inclusive workforces.
2020 has been a year unlike any other. The sudden and ongoing shift to remote work brought on by the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted professionals around the globe, and prompted firms to revisit how they support and encourage employees through challenging times.
PGIM quickly responded to the needs of its employees during the crisis, providing resources to help employees seamlessly transition to remote work, manage the blurred lines of work-life balance, and improve mental health during uncertain times. While PGIM’s workplace culture has always been rooted in resiliency, inclusivity, innovation, and collaboration, it was the firm’s unwavering commitment to build and maintain its positive workplace culture, before and during the pandemic, that helped earn PGIM a spot as one of Pensions & Investments’ 2020 Best Places to Work in Money Management. In its first year entering the ranking, PGIM is proud to have secured third place for managers with 1,000 employees or more, and to be recognized as a company that stands out in the investment management industry for its efforts to create a supportive and inclusive culture.
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