The webinar explores the factors influencing the career choices modern workers make.. It’s based on expert-mediated analysis of why modern workers both accept job offers and resign from their roles. It will help you better understand how to improve staff engagement and reduce turnover.
Getting ahead of these new labour market patterns is now key to both short-term performance and longer-term organisational resilience.
Survey data shows that those seeking a full return to the workplace are in the minority. Most workers prefer a mix of remote-working and office-based activity. We’re already witnessing significant staff turnover as employees refuse to compromise on post-lockdown work-life balance.
The UK labour market is currently experiencing its most significant transformation in generations. Post-Brexit skills shortages combined with a post-lockdown re-evaluation of both life and work have led to substantial business disruption as employers lose team members who are attracted by the possibility of ‘better’ elsewhere.
New workforce dynamics require closer inspection. For employers to both hire AND retain staff, it’s critical to understand the priorities of the 2020s workforce.
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Cathryn Barnard has a career in agile workforce planning spanning three decades. Co-founder of Working the Future, her interest lies in the future of work and new operating and organising models for commercial resilience in fast-paced and dynamic markets.
David has worked in the office design and build industry for over 20 years; building his career from Workplace Consultant and Estimater, and fast-forwarding to the present day to Managing Director of Dale Office Interiors. His passion lies in the development of the workplace, connecting people and place.