The pandemic has changed the work context substantially. Employees have realized that they can work more flexibly and feel empowered to seek a different “social contract” that affords them better work-life balance and greater control of their work experience.
What this means in practice is what many are calling “the great resignation," and it places a strain on employers as they confront workforce instability. How can organizations effectively manage this time of change? Three words: employee value proposition.
Watch the ondemand webinar where we are joined by experts from Virgin Atlantic, Legal & General, and University of Bath.
Learn how the employee value proposition (EVP) can:
- Help organizations reset what they mean to their people and what has changed in that relationship in a post-pandemic world.
- Enable organizations to differentiate themselves from other companies and articulate the value they can provide to future and current colleagues.
- Serve as a vehicle for employee participation that helps deepen employees’ connection to the brand they represent at work.