Thursday 14th October 11AM (ET) / 4PM (BST)
The Great Resignation is here, with record numbers of employees voluntarily leaving the workforce, and millions of employees predicted to quit in the near future – leaving the labor market in a precarious position. Business leaders must shift their approach to employee engagement and recognize the factors influencing workforce supply and demand. The factors behind this tsunami of attrition can be attributed to psychological, economic and organization reasons. This perfect storm presents an opportunity for HR to lead a necessary change. Organizations who prioritize the investment in their people, data and technology, are uniquely positioned to survive and thrive.
Join this interactive roundtable where we will discuss how we can see this as an impetus to adapt and emerge stronger. We will explore:
– How to address the labor and skills shortage
– How HR can operate as Human Capital Supply chains
– The positive role of technology during the Great Resignation
– What employers should do to proactively combat talent flight risks
– How to offset the threats to DE&I efforts
Register here and join us October 14 2021 at 11am ET / 4pm BST.
HRD Virtual Roundtables are open to senior HR professionals only and all bookings are subject to approval by the HRD team. For further information please contact [email protected]>
Digitally savvy Human Resources executive with 15+ years of progressive experience with multinationals and international organizations. Proven track record in HR Business Partnering, Talent Acquisition & Management, Digital Transformations, Leading change, HR Technologies, Employer Branding, University Relations, Executive Coaching, Training & Development, and HR Project Management. - Top 100 HR Tech Influencer 2020 – HR Executive Magazine / HR Tech Conference - 2020 HR Executive of the Year – Stevie Awards - 2020 HR Tech Professional of the Year – Stevie Awards - Top 20 HR Thought Leaders to Follow in 2021 – PeopleHum