As organisations adapt to a new world of working, two questions are rapidly emerging for HR leaders – how can we keep teams engaged in this new normal and how will the changes you’ve made affect employee experiences in the future?
The current situation has changed employee expectations forever. Teams will expect more workplace flexibility; they’ll expect greater collaboration with colleagues; and we’ll see a blurring of personal and professional boundaries as individuals work to balance their priorities. Businesses that get ahead in understanding and meeting changing employee expectations will be rewarded with improved engagement right now – but of equal importance they lay the foundations for successfully meeting employees’ changing needs when teams start returning to the office.
Join Qualtrics for this session to learn:
- How HR teams should be managing their employee experience programs right now to keep teams engaged and productive
- Practical guidance for rapidly identifying how employee expectations have changed, and then being able to meet them
- What areas of your employee experience to focus on during the current situation and into the recovery phase
Wednesday, May 13, 2020 · 11:10 a.m.
Duration: 1 hour
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Steve is the Head of EX Strategy and Solutions for Qualtrics in APJ, leading a team of specialists in guiding organisations to optimise the EX at every point in the employee lifecycle. He is one of the region’s most experienced EX specialists...
Natalia is responsible for the people agenda in Maxis. Natalia joined Maxis in September 2019. She has played several integral HR leadership roles, including as Country HR Leader, Regional HR Leader and Global HR Business Partner where she led...
Vanee Bijayendrayodhin earned her master’s degree in Organizational Communication from Marquette University in Wisconsin, USA and bachelor’s degree of Arts in English and French (Second Class Honors) from Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok,...