Successful workforce wellbeing initiatives require that organizations look at company culture wholistically to discover the most efficient and effective ways to support employees from recruitment to long term retention.
As the workforce becomes savvier, and hybrid work redefines how well-being is measured, it is essential that HR leaders build long-term wellbeing and employee engagement plans, recruitment strategies, and retention processes that address employee expectations and overall health and well-being.
The HR Leadership Forum on January 12, 2023 brings together HR leaders from top companies to share proven workforce wellbeing, recruitment and retention tools and processes for success in the new year.
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The market has seen an unprecedented amount on new businesses being created (and sold) over the last few years. As start-ups mature and grow into larger companies, we ask ourselves – what are the key HR capabilities that we need to invest on? What do I fund first? Is “good for now” also good for the future growth?
HR leaders and their teams are tasked with selecting and implementing HR investments that will help drive business growth. Therefore, identifying key growth drivers and factoring in affordability will help companies, especially those on a smaller scale, build a stronger HR infrastructure for long-term success.
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Head of HR - Unilever Prestige
HR leaders and their teams continue to navigate new and existing challenges including managing a hybrid work force, addressing the impending recession, improving diversity, and navigating talent retention issues. In the face of these current challenges, solving one problem that is key to success is trust. However, new research show that leaders are struggling to build trust with their teams to strengthen overall organizational wellbeing.
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Over the last few months, CHROs and their teams have been forced to address the new sensation of “quiet quitting”. It is incredibly important to address why this new trend has swept the nation and how organizations combat it to prevent top talent from leaving. So, what best practices can HR leaders use to help ensure employees have a healthy work-life balance and are not only content, but thrive in their roles?
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Human Resources Officer
Businesses of every size have committed to strengthening their DEI processes to create a more diverse, inclusive, and healthier workplace. By creating a company culture that fosters DEI, organizations are hiring and retaining the best candidates with different backgrounds for long-term enterprise success. An increase in diversity has also proven to have a direct correlation to productivity, proving that a DEI culture is the way of the future.
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Vice President, Employee Experience
Executive Director Human Resources
Senior Talent Acquisition Partner – Equity, Diversity and Belonging
Director, Digital HR Experience
Director, Human Resources
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