The future of work disrupts traditional workforce models and employment relationships. This research explores the design of a talent loyalty program to incentivize loyalty and high performance from an increasingly fluid workforce. (Maverick research exposes unconventional thinking and advice.)
- Specific Maverick Caution
- Maverick Findings
- Maverick Recommendations
- The Future of Work Demands a Fluid, Configurable Workforce
- Agile, Multidisciplinary Teams Become Mainstream for Building Digital Capabilities
- The Rise of Gig and Alternative Work Models for Agility and Adaptability
- The Next-Generation Workforce Expects Flexibility and Personalization of Career Experience and Rewards
- Reconfigure Your Talent Management and Reward System to Attract and Retain a Loyal and High-Performing Workforce
- Deconstruct Jobs and Build Robust Talent Profiles
- Move to Talent Marketplaces to Enable Agile Talent Management
- Price for the Value of People and Work Outcome/Performance
- Use Loyalty Points to Incentivize for High Engagement and Performance
- Call to Action for CIOs
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