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How to Beat the Great Attrition Through Communication and Alignment
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How to Beat the Great Attrition Through Communication and Alignment

About this Guide

There’s been a talent war for many years, but now the major battle for organizations everywhere is how to hold onto their key people, as a mass employee exodus sweeps the world.

Pandemic upheaval has caused deep workplace faultlines, resulting in employees feeling disconnected, disengaged, and lacking a sense of belonging—all major contributors to the great resignation.

But organizations can tackle each of these crucial issues head-on—and, in doing so, stem attrition and improve talent acquisition—through effective communications and stakeholder alignment, to deliver the employee experience their people need and the customer experience their clients expect.

In this guide, communications and alignment expert, Zora Artis, explores:

  • Why the Great Attrition is an opportunity for internal communications, HR, and business leaders
  • How internal communications plays a pivotal role in shaping the employee experience and enabling alignment, connection, and belonging
  • How the digital experience—whether employees are in-office, remote, or on the frontline—can amplify both the employee and customer experience
  • A five-step framework to create value through alignment and communication

Author

Zora Artis GAICD SCMP

Zora Artis GAICD SCMP

CEO

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