In our latest research report, in partnership with the Reward & Employee Benefits Association (REBA), we explore the major changes organisations expect to impact business over the next two years, the key challenges that will face HR, and how employers will rethink their employee value proposition (EVP) to optimise its value for both the employer and the employee.
The economic uncertainty created by the cost-of-living, high inflation and low growth, along with ongoing business transformation are changing the employer/employee dynamic. After two years of immense global change, Chief People Officers are having to identify what now works to attract and retain the transformative skills their organisations need to succeed.
If these are issues you are trying to navigate in your organisation, download your copy of the report or leave your details below to have a conversation with our specialists.
The following video interview explores how changing ways of working and skills shortages are shifting employee expectations. And what this means for the future of the employee value proposition (EVP).
Building resilience to live with constant change
CPOs should recognise fatigue within their teams after three years in crisis mode and adopt resilience practices that will develop them into HR teams that are future fit. Two big areas where HR is lagging behind business transformation is digital technology change and changes to meet climate goals.
Use of digital technology
Making environmental and climate changes
, Partner, Digital, Strategy & Markets Leader
- UK Corporate Growth Leader, Mercer Marsh Benefits
, Benefits Strategy Consulting Leader
, Client Director