Due to safety concerns with the rising COVID cases and potential inclement weather forecasted for Friday, this session is now virtual.
…is what workers are saying to employers struggling to fill 10 million jobs. Since April, Americans have quit their jobs and not returned to the workforce at a historic rate, an exodus some call...
"The Great Resignation"
WHAT ARE the best doing TO BE "NET TALENT GAINERS"?
In the midst of what many are calling "The Great Resignation", future-seeking HR leaders have retooled their organizations to adopt strategies that involve both offense and defense when it comes to talent, seeking to create the place that people want to be, thus also prompting "The Great Hire".
They know the headlines miss the fact that far more people have been hired in 2021 than quit, and that the Great Resignation is to some extent a misnomer: the vast majority of those who quit one job have simultaneously shifted to a different, more attractive job, thus also creating "The Great Hire".
In this environment, leaders strive to be "net talent gainers", hiring more employees than they lose and focusing on why people join and stay as well as why they leave. They create value propositions and employee experiences to drive success, setting their organizations apart by considering flexibility an advantage, transforming pay and benefits, aligning wellbeing, resiliency, and work, and reinforcing culture, values and purpose to reduce turnover and guard against wage inflation.
Find out and more when you join us in person for an interactive session on Friday, Jan 7th, 2022 as John Bremen, Chief Innovation and Acceleration Officer for Willis Towers Watson shares practices of future-focused leaders, answer questions, and address specific topics requested by participants.
About John Bremen
John Bremen helps companies see the future and get there when it comes to people, risk, and capital. John is a global business leader, C-suite and board advisor, and thought leader.
He has been a featured speaker at global and industry conferences, is a frequent author and has been quoted in the business press in EMEA, Asia-Pacific, and the Americas. He also has appeared on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, NPR, and CNN.
John received an M.B.A. from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management and a B.A. from Northwestern.