How healthy turnover can be key to attracting and retaining top talent

As 2022 draws closer, HR leaders everywhere are still reflecting on how the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the landscape of HR, ushering in a much-needed evolution, a new mindset on flexibility and a heightened focus on employee communication and recognition.

With this change, it’s important to reset, realign and ask: where does employer and employee sentiment stand?

A recent study conducted by Reward Gateway surveyed 3,809 employees and senior HR decision-makers across the UK, U.S. and Australia, revealing more about the expectations and intentions of HR leaders and their employees in this unique time, highlighting employees’ plans to leave their current jobs and what HR leaders are willing to do to keep them.

HR leaders, on the flip side, are aware they’ll be required to adapt to employees’ newly revealed needs, redefining what they offer as a company to attract and retain the best talent in the wake of COVID-19. Many plan to increase the amount they invest in key areas such as employee benefits, reward and recognition, employee feedback, employee communications and wellbeing.

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