Retention and internal mobility: staffing the new workplace
Alexa Bradbury

3 minutes

Retention and internal mobility: staffing the new workplace

A closer look at the pandemic’s impact on the retention and development of the internal talent needed to deliver revised business goals and change programmes. 

Retention and internal mobility: staffing the new workplace 

The world of work has changed. Enforced remote working has paved the way for hybrid work patterns in companies that would not have entertained the idea two years ago. Rapid digitalisation has transformed organisations, and the employee-employer relationship has become one of greater equality and reciprocation. 
 
What will all this mean for efforts to retain, develop and promote people? 
 
On 31 March 2021 Louise West, Guidant Global’s Director of Client Solutions, hosted a virtual conference in collaboration with TALiNT Partners. Global and national leaders in HR and talent acquisition discussed the pandemic’s impact on the retention and development of the internal talent needed to deliver revised business goals and change programmes. 
 
In the report of this UK-based event, we summarise the panel’s discussion on the key themes:  

  • The emergence of new roles and the competition for new skills
  • The importance of EVP in becoming an employer of choice
  • Finding the right balance of office, remote and hybrid working
  • Leveraging HR tech for greater visibility of skills (and skills gaps) 

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