5 Ways to Beat the Great Attrition

5 Ways to Beat the Great Attrition

About this Webinar

We’ve all seen the stats: 40% of employees say they are likely to leave their jobs in the next 3 to 6 months - even if they don’t have another job in hand (McKinsey, 2021). It’s become a C-level concern -- but what can Internal Communications and HR do about it? The answer: a lot!

IC and HR leaders can battle the Great Attrition by helping employees feel heard, be aligned with company values, and have a stronger sense of belonging.

Join us on December 7th at 11am ET / 4pm GMT, where Zora Artis, CEO of Artis Advisory, shares 5 ways organizations can use effective employee communications to:

  • Reduce attrition and improve new talent acquisition
  • Enable alignment, employee connection, and belonging
  • Shape the employee - and customer - experience to create long term success

Plus, you’ll hear examples of how different companies from around the world are evolving their communications strategy to overcome the Great Attrition.

Register today - your CEO will thank you!

Event details

December 7, 2021

11am ET / 4pm GMT

60 mins





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