While debates over the “great resignation” will continue, what is certain is that the pandemic has forced companies to re-evaluate their corporate culture and has put employees firmly in the spotlight. People have always resigned for personal or professional reasons. However, pandemic pressures have led people to question the status quo with many having spent the previous two years feeling overworked and overwhelmed. There is also, increasingly, a blurring of the divide between an employee's personal and professional lives. Employees are re-calibrating their lives as a long-term result of the pandemic, so what skills and tools should businesses employ to ensure employees are working efficiently and effectively while also being considerate of their needs? Data-driven transformation has had a tremendous impact on how businesses operate, but how can data be used to have a remarkable impact on how employees interact with businesses?
Join Charles Ross - Principal, Policy and Insights, The Economist Group and business leaders from across the region discuss how data and technology can be used to retain and attract talent in an increasingly candidate driven job market.
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