This three-part roundtable series will bring together senior HR leaders to discuss the most pertinent issues currently facing the HR function, identify opportunities and allow you to learn from the experience of your peers. Find out more information about each session below and feel free to register for any or all the sessions. Registrations will go through an approval process and confirmation will be sent out along with joining links separately.
21st October 2pm BST
As restrictions ease organisations are faced with decisions on what their future workforce and workplace should look like. From higher level redesigning of culture, to more immediate decisions of who needs to be in the office and when, how can we develop long term workforce strategies that don’t feel like stopgaps or temporary measures?
Join this roundtable for a future-focussed exploration of:
- Changing expectations within the workforce on flexibility and workplace norms.
- What can be transferred and what needs to be rebuilt in the ways we work
- How other organisations are building their plans to support the future workforce
11th November 2pm GMT
The next phase of the talent market is unpredictable but early signs are pointing to a period of high turnover ahead – we may be in for ‘The Great Resignation’, as the pandemic has prompted employees to re-evaluate their work-life balance and seek new opportunities to grow and develop their careers, many are now considering leaving their current roles. As the war for talent rages on, is your organisation prepared to lose some of your best talent? How have employee expectations changed over the last 18 months? What are the new drivers for retention?
As the ‘post-covid’ roadmap continues to shift, this roundtable will be shaped by the talent questions and priorities that continue to be the most relevant to our community.
25th November 2pm GMT
Organisations are increasingly making public commitments to driving D&I within their organisations, both because of the moral necessity but also to drive a strong culture. Some of these commitments however are more easily measurable than others – monitoring metrics on recruitment and wage equality is more straightforward than understanding the level of inclusion within your business. When it is experience that drives engagement, culture and retention, how can people leaders better understand the actual sentiment of belonging of their employees?
This roundtable will explore Diversity and Inclusion through the lens of belonging. Join to discuss:
- How to accurately measure the level of belonging within your business
- How to translate metrics into insight and action
- What drives feelings of inclusion and belonging
- Where the new challenges are as we develop new working patterns
Network and learn from your peers in HR
Discover the latest thinking around problems and opportunities
Speak freely and openly with all roundtables run under Chatham House rules
Hear from expert speakers and moderators
Find new perspectives to old problems
Join from the comfort of your virtual office
October 21, 2021
November 11, 2021
November 25, 2021