Why your employees really do want to keep working for you if you give them the right opportunities for career and personal growth
How you can foster increased dedication and loyalty in your workplace
Reasons you don’t need to be afraid for an employee to become an ex-employee – and maybe come back again
Why happiness at work matters
Once upon a time, men and women joined companies in entry-level positions, advanced until they reached senior leadership, and eventually retired with a hefty pension and large bank account – well positioned for their happily ever after.
This story may sound like a fairy tale, but it was the career ideal not long ago. Today, we live in a new world of work. Loyalty to a career has superseded loyalty to a company. Individuals are taking ownership of their own career paths, and are on the constant watch for growth. By that same token, companies are looking to recalibrate and rethink talent development in order to thrive with a more fluid talent marketplace.
In this webcast, join Rodd Wagner, author of Widgets: The 12 New Rules for Managing Your Employees as if They’re Real People, as he discusses the new social contract in the workplace and what that means for people and their employers.