The success of productivity in working from home and the infrastructure put in place to support it have opened up new possibilities to diversify the workforce and be much more inclusive in hiring. One study suggests that in the UK alone, there are 3.8 million people previously unable to work full time in an office who could be brought into the workplace under different scenarios.
It’s Possible to Maintain Output Levels During the Big Quit. Here’s How:
Recruiting is an important and complex function. In a growing economy, your company “becomes the people you hire,” so your ability to find, attract, and select the best candidates is critical. Despite the pandemic, recruiting is again becoming a challenge. In January 2021 more than 15 million jobs were open in the U.S., up almost 13% from one year ago. Our pandemic response study showed that companies that hired well in 2020 have significantly outperformed their competition.
Taking effective action on your employee journey is no longer a 'nice to have', your employees are on a journey of adjusting to the remote & hybrid way.
The BTN was recently delighted to partner again with Eightfold for a VIP roundtable that brought together senior people leaders from some of the leading organisations across the world.
The Culture of Technology
Within part 2 of this discussion around ‘The Great Resignation’, Fiorella Jaramillo (Manager of People Operations at Juno College of Technology) talks about what it would take for companies to not only retain talent but also attract and hire highly skilled individuals.
Against a backdrop of ongoing uncertainty, the pandemic has accelerated the push towards remote working situations across almost every business. Many organizations need to evolve to the "new normal" and take into consideration the wishes of employees when adopting new work models when moving forward.