Gartner recently (October 13 thru 15) conducted its virtual 2020 ReimagineHR conference. The conference’s primary theme is that the employee-employer relationship, or “employment deal,” continues to evolve in ways that require organizations to reimagine traditional assumptions of work and roles radically. In this 28-minute video clip from the conference, Brian Kropp (Distinguished VP, Research, and Conference Chair) provides insights into these changes. Brian delivers a three-component framework for the New Employment Deal, including 1) Radical flexibility. This component emphasizes that employees want more choices over when, where, and how many hours they work. According to Gartner’s research, such flexibility has a positive impact on performance. Other components of the framework include 2) Pursuing a shared purpose – e.g., 3 out of 4 employees expect their employers to have a point of view on today’s societal issues–regardless of whether the issue is related to their business. 3) Developing deeper connections and relationships between employees and their families. The video provides some useful researched-based ideas on how CHROs and HR leaders can plan for and invest in a future where the employment deal will continue to evolve.