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Talent management trends: What employers should know in 2024 (webinar)

About this event

In 2024, chances are high that you’re looking to hire, keep great talent in the business, or develop, upskill and reskill your employees. Cracking the code of successful talent management and employer branding is a much-discussed topic, but how do you unlock what’s important to your workforce?

Personnel Today has once again teamed up with employee experience platform Culture Amp to look at its latest research on how people’s experiences will unlock a new era of talent management, what drives the European workforce in and out, and benchmarks from thousands of employees.

Editor Rob Moss is joined by Culture Amp's lead people scientist Jessica Brannigan to examine the trends for employers in 2024 in attracting and retaining talent, minimising attrition, recognising and enhancing performance and developing people.

Register now to learn:

  • What drives new joiners and keeps them for longer
  • Research on main drivers of engagement
  • Insights on the cost of inaction and what causes it
  • Why feedback and recognition build talent
  • Where the opportunities are to fill skills gaps and what builds careers.

This free 60-minute webinar includes an insightful and informative discussion between Jessica and Rob and the opportunity for the audience to share their thoughts and questions.

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Hosted by

  • Team member
    Rob Moss Editorial Director @ Personnel Today

    An experienced business editor, Rob has been hosting webinars and podcasts about HR, L&D and employment since 2006. He became editor of Personnel Today in 2010, leading a team of expert journalists who cover HR trends, employment law, and all the latest news in the profession.

  • Guest speaker
    Jessica Brannigan Lead People Scientist EMEA @ Culture Amp

    Jess leads a team of people scientists focused on UK-based customers and has a BSc Psychology from the University of Nottingham and an MSc Occupational Psychology from the University of Leicester. She has over a decade of experience in the people and culture space encompassing in-house HR and workforce development roles, in-depth leadership assessment and coaching, human capital consulting and talent and career development. She enjoys combining this expertise to enhance workplace culture for the organisations Culture Amp serves and the employees within them.


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