People Summit 2020
The Second event in our Leadership Series of 2020 focus's on the area of Staffing and HR
What keeps HR Director’s awake at night?
How do Companies future proof their talent?
The need for resilience in the face of disruption:
With unemployment at an all-time low, hiring quickly and efficiently is more important than ever.
Do you feel like you’re running in place? Changing direction suddenly but never progressing? You’re not the only one.
Talent gaps loom while you struggle to retain the high value talent you have. How do you plan for the future when your strategy changes quarterly, not annually? How do you make human capital decisions with data when you don’t have the right skills or tools to do the analysis?
Hr Directors, CEO’s, Professional Services Consultants
- Planning for the Future
- The Burning Questions
- Do Wellness employee Engagements Strategies really work?
- Does it affect Retention & Brand?
The war to attract and keep talent continues into 2019: Recognition, Resilience and Retention are high priorities for business and HR professionals.
A 2017 workplace survey by Gallup found that 85% of employees are “not engaged or are actively disengaged at work” So, how can HR Help build business success?
Recognise current and future demands on your organisation and your workforce and plan ahead
Recognise and promote the role HR plays in building business success
Recognise recruitment and development needs, and plan innovative ways to retain talented employees
A 2018 ERSI study found that “Workers in Ireland were more likely to report the pressures of emotional demands ….and other forms of mistreatment”. So, how can HR develop resilience and a motivated workforce faced with constantly increasing demands, complexity and change?
Resilience through engagement to enhance overall employee well-being and organisational performance.
Resilience promoted as part of an innovative HR and business strategy to improve employee health and productivity, and organisational performance.
A CIPD study in 2018, HR practices in Ireland, found that 81% of organisations across all sectors have experienced skill shortage in the last 12 months. Retention and recruitment are high priorities for HR professionals in 2019 and beyond.
Retention of staff is a key issue. It’s important that both new and existing staff are supported and encouraged to remain with their employer.
Retention begins with robust recruitment practices and effective induction – be an employer of preference
Retention is improved by creating a positive workplace culture and further developing organisational values
The People Summit 2020 aims to encourage learning and networking and offer further insights from eminent speakers into how recognition, resilience and retention issues can be addressed successfully.