Keeping employees engaged-for many talent decision-makers, this is a foremost challenge as they continue to operate in a world of re-organization, layoffs and uncertainty. Studies have shown that employee engagement and commitment to their employer can have a direct correlation to retention, productivity, and, ultimately, core business value.
In today's economy, how do you honestly assess your employees' needs and their perception of the company? Have they become dis-engaged due to recent activity? How do you identify the issues and improve relationships in a real, lasting manner? In this session, we will cover an honest, objective approach to getting to the answers-an approach that is driven by The Employment Value Proposition (EVP).
Talent strategy expert Mitzi Adwell of The Newman Group will show you how EVP, a concept that is commonly associated with candidate perception and recruiting, is just as important in employee retention and engagement. We will explore how a focused EVP assessment can help reveal critical employee needs, values and issues that are frequently hidden within the company culture. We will also cover examples of EVP in action, including a recent effort with Volkswagen Group of America, an intiative that dramatically improved retention and employee engagement. Featured areas of focus include:
Case in point-Volkwagen Group of America: How did this automotive sales leader discover employee EVP challenges, and how did it address them to dramatically streamline and improve its facility re-location effort? A great example of employment-engagement in action.
This is a great chance to gain a practical understanding of a proven process for better understanding and engaging employees in these turbulent times.