Dr. Natalie Baumgartner, Achievers Chief Workforce Scientist & Cheryl DeSantis and Michael Linstroth, SmileDirectClub
The number one reason employees changed jobs during the pandemic was for better work flexibility. Providing an employee experience of connection and belonging is crucial for engagement and retention, but business leaders remain uncertain how to achieve this with the tools and processes available.
The latest Workforce Institute research offers guidance into how organizations can use the right technology to create a culture of connection and belonging. Learn best practices, and how to apply them in your organization, from Achievers Chief Workforce Scientist, Natalie Baumgartner, in conversation with SmileDirectClub's Chief People and Diversity Officer, Cheryl DeSantis, and Senior Director of Culture and Engagement, Michael Linstroth.
Key takeaways include:
• The latest trends in employee expectations
• Tangible examples of programs that have worked for SmileDirectClub
• Four tools to drive connection and belonging in your organization