Beyond the Great Resignation: An Action Plan for Hiring and Retention

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Dr. Chris Mullen, UKG, Sarah Morgan, Humareso, John Frehse, Ankura

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In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, a tidal wave of resignations has rocked the corporate world, leaving employers in search of new strategies for recruiting and retention. Employees have new and altered priorities amid these unprecedented workplace conditions, and a renewed struggle to attract top talent is brewing. Across every industry, this challenge is putting a strain on understaffed organizations and forcing even globally recognized brands to reevaluate their benefits, flexible work options, diversity initiatives, and other key components of retention. Join The Workforce Institute executive director Dr. Chris Mullen for a discussion with John Frehse, senior managing director at Ankura Consulting, and HR, diversity, and inclusion expert Sarah Morgan as we examine how the business world reached this point, what leading companies are doing to weather the storm, and steps you can take now to create an actionable plan for transforming hiring and retention. Presenters: Dr. Chris Mullen, MS, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Executive Director, Workforce Institute, UKG Sarah Morgan, Director, Equity & Inclusion at Humareso John Frehse, Senior Managing Director, Ankura

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