Amber Stark

Champions Identified for SIOP’s 2022 Top 10 Work Trends

Last month, SIOP announced its annual survey results identifying the Top 10 Work Trends of 2022. Since then, we’ve seen these trends highlighted in several places, including SIOP Member Keaton Fletcher’s Conversation Series episode on Science for a Healthier Workplace.

We will be sharing updates on each of these trends in our “Quarterly Round-Up” feature here in the SIOP Source, made possible by a group of “Topic Champions” identified by the Media Subcommittee of the SIOP Visibility Committee. Champions were identified based on their demonstrated interest in the topic and were selected to represent the diverse base of SIOP members, including academics and practitioners, as well as experts in different phases of their careers. Look for the first Top Work Trends Quarterly Round-Up in the Source in early April.

Thank you, in advance, to our Trend Champions listed below. Meet the Champions on the Top 10 Work Trends webpage.

  • Trend #1: Employee Engagement and Organizational Commitment of Remote Workers – Lewis Garrad
  • Trend #2: Ensuring Inclusive Environments and Cultures – Ludmila Praslova
  • Trend #3: Managing the Transition Into Post-Pandemic Work – William Luse
  • Trend #4: Talent Attraction and Retention in a Candidate-Driven Market – Tony Cooley
  • Trend #5: Caring for Employee Well-Being – Maryana Arvan
  • Trend #6: The Great Resignation – Ellen Peeters
  • Trend #7: Stress and Burnout – Michele Gazica
  • Trend #8: Creating Effective Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Interventions – Sertrice Grice
  • Trend #9: Employer’s Role in Employees’ Mental Health – Keaton Fletcher
  • Trend #10: Enabling Organizational Culture in a Changing Workplace Environment – Heidi Glickman

If you’re doing work related to these topics, let us know by sending links to your articles, podcasts, interviews, and webinars to Ellen Peeters, Visibility-Media Subcommittee Representative.

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