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The 'great resignation': keeping your best people

About this event

With one in five employees thinking about leaving their current role, it’s never been more challenging to retain talent.

Employers will need to reimagine their employee experience to keep their people engaged and motivated - especially in a tight labour market where organisations are increasing starting salaries and offering attractive benefits packages in an attempt to lure talent from their competitors.

With a large proportion of employees working in hybrid environments, signs of dissatisfaction may be less obvious than before the pandemic. There are a few questions you need to consider in order to retain your best people: Do you have the data and insights to make the critical decisions about the new world of work? Are your managers empowered to help their direct reports develop and stay motivated? Do your employees feel clarity and ownership over their individual work experience?

Jessica Brannigan, lead people scientist at Culture Amp, will discuss what’s driving ‘the great resignation’ and how you can reimagine your employee experience to reduce attrition and retain your talent, on our webinar at 2:00pm on 1 December 2021.

She will be joined by a group of expert speakers and Personnel Today’s HR and wellbeing editor Ashleigh Webber, for a panel discussion followed by an audience Q&A.

This 60 minute, free to attend webinar will cover:

  • Why your employees are leaving and the data you need to prioritise
  • How you can better support and develop your managers
  • How you can empower and grow your employees

Full panel of speakers to be announced.

Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Jessica Brannigan Culture Amp

    Jess Brannigan is a lead people scientist for the EMEA region at Culture Amp. She has over a decade of experience in people and culture, encompassing in-house HR and workforce development roles, in-depth leadership assessment and coaching, human capital consulting and talent and career development.

  • Guest speaker
    Kim Johnson HR officer UK @ Obelisk

    Kim is HR officer at the UK branch of Obelisk Networks, an international engineering services business the telecommunications sector. Kim supports on all aspects of employee relations, performance management, workforce planning, talent management and employee engagement.

  • Guest speaker
    Dawn Morton-Young HR and D&I consultant and executive coach

    Dawn Morton-Young is an executive coach to underrepresented managers; a diversity, equity and inclusion consultant, speaker and trainer; an HR consultant to SMEs; and owner of the first HR consultancy for employees - Employee Angels.

  • Guest speaker
    Catherine Birch Organisational development people partner @ Iress

    Catherine has over 20 years experience in HR, recruitment and people development, and is responsible for employee engagement, leadership development, talent and career coaching, and performance management at software firm Iress.

  • Team member
    Ashleigh Webber HR and wellbeing editor, Personnel Today, and editor, OHW+ @ Personnel Today

    Ashleigh is HR and wellbeing editor at Personnel Today and editor of OHW+. She has been writing about HR, L&D, occupational health and workplace wellbeing since 2018.


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