Throughout the pandemic, employees have had the opportunity to rethink their expectations of – and relationship with - work. There has been an increasing sense that the dynamic of employee/employer relations has shifted as with the employee gaining greater power and choice. It’s now perhaps more crucial than ever that employers are tuned in to what employees and potential employees really want.

Amidst the backdrop of a simmering workplace revolution, the ideas around greater flexibility, more visible signs of social responsibility, and opportunities for personal and career growth, where can employers raise their employee value propositions, and critically where should you start?

In this session, we will discuss:

  • How has the pandemic transformed the employer/employee relationship, and what does this mean for employers?
  • What are the critical elements of a good value proposition in a post-COVID world?
  • Flexibility, purpose, professional growth - how can organisations meet the needs of a new workforce?
  • Where can organisations start?

Panelists include:

  • Christine Belanger, Senior Director, Rewards, Performance & Workforce Effectiveness, Mubadala Health
  • Jon Boys, Labour Market Economist, CIPD
  • Florencio Rhency Padilla, Founder & Managing Director, Perky People

The session includes a chat moderated by the CIPD.

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