Improving your employment offer for attraction, retention and engagement
There are more people in work in the UK than ever before, but falling wages and rising job insecurity has led to a sharp decline in the quality of work. Research shows that job quality, employee health and wellbeing, engagement and productivity are closely linked. It’s in every business’ interest to offer good work.
The purpose of the workshop is for delegates to:
- Understand what constitutes 'good work' and the affect poor quality work can have on individuals and organisations.
- Recognise the business benefits to offering good work - from candidate attraction and filling skills gaps to staff engagement, retention and productivity - within their business and feel confident communicating these within their organisations.
- Take practical action to improve the quality of work they offer, drawing on examples from other businesses.
- This workshop will be of most benefit to participants who:
- Have a large number of low-paid employees in their workforce
- Want to widen their talent pool and increase the diversity of their workforce
- Want to improve staff engagement and retention
Who should attend?
- HR directors and deputy directors
- Heads of talent, skills, diversity and/or recruitment
- Heads of corporate responsibility
Please note this workshop is for Business in the Community members only and requires one credit for two people. If you have not yet renewed your membership onto Business in the Community’s new proposition this is included in your current membership fee.
Contact for further information
Please contact Hannah Chui, Programme Officer - Employment for more information.
Full joining instructions will be sent shortly before the event.