Win the Battle for Talent With a Digital HQ

Presented by

Dave Macnee Senior Relationship Manager, Future Forum and Christina Meng, Principal Digital Success Programs Manager, Slack

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Learn how your organization can attract, engage and retain talent in a digital-first world. In times of disruption, it’s the companies that embrace new ways of working that succeed. With 55% of employees open to a new job in the next year*—70% for employees who are dissatisfied with their current flexibility—businesses must redesign work for the digital era to attract and retain employees, keep work moving forward, and achieve their goals. Join our webinar to learn how you can win the battle for talent by creating a more flexible, connected, and inclusive workplace, and bring everyone together in a digital HQ. We’ll also share tips on how to encourage team collaboration and cohesiveness across remote and distributed workplaces. * Future Forum Pulse survey of 10,646 knowledge workers, May 2–16, 2022 Things you’ll learn: —A blueprint for redesigning work for the digital-first era. —Real-world examples of how organizations are embracing the digital HQ. —How your team can collaborate and communicate from anywhere by using Slack as its digital HQ.
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