Attraction & retention: How to drive transformation through economic uncertainty

Amidst a cost-of-living crisis, and a depreciation in real-time wages, companies need to think more than ever about attracting and retaining their workers. This might start with pay, yet recent data from ManpowerGroup tells us flexibility, career development, and purpose-driven work is worth up to 5% of salary to many workers.

The question is, what tools and practices are you putting in place to attract and retain the talent you need to stay competitive?

Join this interactive webinar, in partnership with Manpower, where we will share some findings from the recent ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey and discuss how these workforce trends and challenges can give you the driving force you need to combat this skills crisis.

We will explore:

  • The state of the current employment market

  • Why 1 in 5 organisations are having trouble finding the right talent

  • Key ways you can drive transformation amidst the cost-of-living crisis

  • Iain Bridge
    Iain Bridge
    Operations Manager
  • Sarah Mitchell
    Sarah Mitchell
    SMB Client Development Director
This session is available on demand.
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About Manpower

Manpower has been a global leader in contingent and permanent recruitment workforce solutions for over 70 years. Since 1948, our purpose has remained consistent - we connect people with meaningful and sustainable work.

Whilst our purpose remains constant, the world of recruitment is evolving fast. Technology innovations are reducing traditional value.

We see people and unemployment at scale and witness first-hand the trends which are changing the world of work around us.

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