Human Resources (HR) has, and always will be, an integral part of every organization. HR leaders have remained resilient to embrace and overcome unforeseen challenges, all while focusing on the wellbeing of their employees and company culture.
HR leadership is more than recruitment, onboarding, and training. HR is the essence of an organization, tasked with reinforcing the core values of a business and supporting the essential elements of employee morale. A stronger focus on employee success, mental, and physical wellbeing, reinforces a profound commitment to the organization’s goals.
As we enter the second half of 2021, CHROs and HR professionals consider new priorities and pinnacle goals for the remainder of the year. An emerging priority will be a larger focus on data, especially to analyze workforce performance data and develop new training and upskilling initiatives. New and existing employees will also need more support than ever, especially since remote work has become the new norm for most companies.
Join this engaging Argyle Digital: HR Leadership Forum to learn proven strategies for:
HR teams play an integral role within every organization, providing unwavering support throughout every initiative and putting employee well-being before their own – but HR leaders are simply human too! Extreme fatigue threatens HR professionals on every level, so it is crucial to remember to also support yourself and your team throughout unforeseen disruptions. Allowing HR teams to express themselves to have their voices heard encourages support and the overall well-being of this critical team.
In this keynote, topics will include:
Global Head of People
Successfully implementing a sustainable work-life balance is much easier said than done! Even before the 2020 global pandemic hit, remote employees were tasked with how to manage work expectations alongside their personal lives. So, how do you draw a distinct line between the dedication to work and enjoying life outside the office? Freeing employees from unhealthy, unsustainable, and draining work expectations is critical to them achieving a rewarding work-life balance.
In this interactive panel discussion, topics will include:
Global L&D and Talent Management Leader
Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer
Global Onboarding & Employee Experience Programs Manager
Vice President, People + Culture
Founder and CEO
With the pandemic easing, experts predict a wave of people will soon quit their jobs – they are coining it the Great Resignation. Many people’s lifestyles have been altered while working remotely and as a result employee’s perspectives of what they want from their employer have changed too.
Organizations need to better understand their employee’s expectations so they can reduce attrition. By implementing active listening, organizations can see links between experience, engagement, and departures through retention insights – and forecast the risk of further employee turnover.
In this thought leadership, we will discuss the findings from our dataset of over 150 million employee survey responses and 30 million employee comments to offer an even more nuanced understanding of how employee expectations evolved throughout the pandemic and how this data can inform how organizations respond to events like the Great Resignation.
Analyst Relations Manager
Investors, and shareholders are increasingly focused on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues to manage investment risks and generate sustainable long-term financial results. It is not just investors and shareholders expanding their expectations around ESG, our employees are demanding that we focus on it too. The past 18 months have opened the world’s eyes to the vulnerabilities we all face when unforeseen circumstances impact our workforce and how the world operates. The world is looking to corporations to take a lead in solving the challenges of our times and companies that embrace a culture of social, physical, and mental wellbeing enhance their competitive advantage while advancing ESG initiatives.
A Corporate Culture that focuses on and promotes the holistic well-being of its workforce is critical to any ESG program and business success. Whether you are large company with a refined ESG initiative and dedicated leader, or a smaller organization just trying to figure out how your organization should embark on the ESG journey, we must first focus on an organizational culture that ignites employee well-being through integrated initiatives and programs that put the holistic well-being of people first.
This keynote will share how our organization leverages our culture, our approach to people and well-being and HR initiatives to link organizational programs, employee well-being, and ESG.
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Well-being has always been a vital focus for organizations, and over the last year employee welfare has significantly grown in importance. Although we are no longer in the throes of the pandemic, CHROs and HR professionals are tasked with continuing to ensure the proper support is provided to all employees, including mental and physical assistance. Integrating well-being into the fabric of your organization will promote a future of positivity, productivity, and success.
Join this insightful panel discussion, which will address:
Head of Financial Processing and Modernization (Section Chief), Finance Division
Vice President, Human Resources
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
CEO & Founder/Contributor
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