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2021 Vacation Reading Guide
Vacation season is here and we hope you have plans to relax and unwind. We’ve put together 10 reads on key issues impacting business and society for you to explore in your downtime. Whether you’re enjoying another staycation or heading out on that long-awaited adventure, we wish you good health, safe travels, and happy reading!
Keep scrolling to explore 10 of our most popular insights.
Life after the pandemic
What will the pandemic’s changes to the way we work mean for the economy?
Working at home means a lot more than plopping down on the couch with a laptop. It can change where we live, how we spend our money, the taxes we pay, and our interactions with government and business. See why leaders should consider how their business models might change.
Despite evidence that time off can help workers avoid burnout and boost performance, many do not take enough. How can organizations fix the disconnect between their time-off policies and the culture around using them.
We all need time off. Why don’t we take it?
The disconnect disconnect
COVID-19’s work-related stresses strained many women’s relationships with their employers. See the work organizations have to do to win back female employees.
Strengthening female workers’ loyalty after COVID-19
Are you at risk of losing your female workforce?
Explore COVID-19’s effect on food shopping, sharing health information, and “at home” consumption trends in quick data points from the latest issue of Deloitte Insights Magazine.
Bite-size insights at a glance
Media and entertainment services acted as a lifeline during the pandemic, but persistent subscriber churn is leaving companies asking, “Where’s the love?” Are enhanced experiences and personalization the answer?
Navigating the future of media and entertainment
Digital media trends
With stakeholders leery of greenwashing, how can leaders close the trust gap on climate pledges? By making commitments authentic to the organization’s purpose—and fulfilling them.
Building trust through integrated thinking
From “cheap talk” to credible climate commitments
Disparities in health outcomes should not be driven by racism and bias. Here’s what organizations can do to advance equity in the pursuit of health and well-being for all.
A moral imperative calling for business solutions
Activating health equity
To move forward from the challenges of 2020, law enforcement needs to consider new policing strategies—likely requiring a shift in policing culture to succeed.
Growing challenges require a change in policing perspectives
Law enforcement for a post-2020 world
Many organizations will need to transform themselves to overcome the challenges that surfaced during COVID-19. See what directors and leaders around the world think about climate, diversity, board effectiveness, trust and the new social contract, and more.
Short takes from the 2021 Directors’ alert
A new era of board stewardship begins
Learn how firms can align purpose and profit to help meet the needs of the underserved market.
For financial institutions, “doing good” and “doing well” no longer need to be separate goals
Driving purpose and profit through financial inclusion
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Take me back to the top
Take me back to the top
Just because you’re
back in the office
doesn’t mean you’re going back to 2019.
768 million days
In 2018, Americans left behind
of unused PTO.
of women surveyed said their work/life balance became worse during COVID-19.
of contemporary consumers’ food shopping is done outside of a traditional grocery store.
of Gen Xers are frustrated with the number of subscriptions needed to access the content they want.
of institutional investors cite climate change as the most significant
ESG factor influencing investment decisions.
Eliminating health disparities by 2050 would reduce
the need for more than
in medical care.
The most successful instances
of culture change feature a
a crisis that forces everyone to accept that the status quo cannot continue.
don’t think you have the answers.
“One thing I learned, and what I encourage other leaders to take away, is
Listen. Be curious. Ask people around you what they are seeing and learning.”
— Ivan Menezes, CEO and executive director, Diageo plc, United Kingdom
1.7 billion adults
worldwide are “unbanked,” meaning they do not participate in any basic financial products or services.
Have a great vacation!
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