Cultural implications of new work practices

Office working has changed forever in the shadow of Covid-19. How are firms around the world tackling the cultural and social issues that arise from this?
by Paul Golden


After the initial upheaval of lockdown, financial services firms and their employees appeared to settle pretty well into the new world of work. But the transition was not entirely straightforward. In an April 2020 report on the UK wealth management sector by global talent consultancy Sheffield Haworth, Simon Worthington, managing director, wealth management at Sheffield Haworth, notes that senior managers are concerned about junior members of staff experiencing a market downturn without the support they would usually receive in the office.

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Published: 08 Jan 2021
  • Compliance
  • Fintech
  • Training, Competence and Culture
  • featured
  • lockdown
  • working from home
  • networking
  • mental health
  • culture
  • Covid-19

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