Where is culture and employee experience heading in 2020?
We’ve spoken to the experts, crunched the numbers and pored over research to find the trends to look out for as we welcome a new
Despite Brexit and political uncertainties, organisations can’t afford to shy away from change this year. With falling unemployment rates, more scrutiny around social impact and 61 million Gen Z employees entering the workforce, employers must invest in culture, diversity and employee experience to stand out from the crowd.
Take a look and discover:
- What Big Data can do for your team
- How to make the most of a mixed-age workforce
- Why investing in culture matters more than ever
and loads more…
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