Much has been said about employee engagement – or the pervasive disengagement of the modern workforce – yet companies cannot control many of the factors that go into people’s propensity to be engaged, such as intrinsic motivation, individual job selection, and absolute opportunities available for advancement.
What HR can do is reorient itself around enabling workforce productivity through establishing a culture and infrastructure of collaboration, knowledge-sharing, and constant career development that helps people adapt to the constant change and complexity of the modern workplace and stay focused on driving business results.
Join Christa Degnan Manning, SVP of Global Workforce and Talent Strategies and Solutions at HfS Research as she discusses:
Engagement – know what it is and what it isn’t
Productivity – understand what the workforce wants in terms of HR solutions and services in the workplace today
Serenity – gain the wisdom to know the difference and to drive business relevancy and results
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