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With over a third of employees looking to change roles and the predicted cost of a potential talent exodus topping £16 billion, what can HR do to prevent a post-pandemic talent drain?

The ‘Great Resignation’ is on everybody’s lips just now, so you could be forgiven for thinking that HR and people strategy has never been more important for organizations today. But in a recent study, 39% of HR decision-makers do not cite people strategy as a top priority for their business.

Join us on Tuesday 28th September at 2 pm UK/3 pm CET/9 am ET to unpack the findings of new research with 500 HR decision-makers and 2000 employees with Personio. Bring your questions for a live Q&A as we discuss the data and how HR can turn the tide on this talent exodus as:

46% of HR leaders say they lack the data and insights they need to support the business

50% believe they do no have a big enough reach and influence within the business

69% of employees struggle with low morale, burnout and Zoom fatigue

While HR leaders acknowledge the role that a declining work-life balance might have on a talent exodus, they do not recognize that a toxic workplace culture also has a crucial role to play in worsening employee wellbeing.

This disconnect could cause a talent exodus if HR teams don’t act quickly.
When?
Tue, Sep 28, 2021 · 2:00 PM
London
Duration: 1 hour
Price
Free
Language
English
Who can attend
Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only)
Not available.
Agenda
  • New research driven insights into key issues for HR to tackle now
  • Understanding the top reasons for resignations in Europe today
  • Uncovering the looming productivity crisis and what’s going wrong before people leave
  • 83% of employees state that a good workplace culture helps their productivity – what can HR do to help create this?
  • Benchmark your people strategy checklist

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