Social media recruiting roared in without companies understanding the personnel and monetary commitment to the process. Consequently over the past couple of years, many of those companies have abandoned the engagement commitment and returned to the practices of the past, notably posting jobs and praying the best candidate is reading their post on the expensive LinkedIn Recruiter.
Is your pipeline solid? Don’t be so sure of the answer, not with one of your biggest sources of rising leaders working parents rethinking jobs. Women in particular are at risk, with 40 percent ready to leave because of burnout, and more than half planning an exit within two years.1
For employers, it’s a potentially cataclysmic development, informed by two years of colliding work and personal lives that’s driving people to fundamentally change their relationship with work and leave for jobs that offer the support they need.
For top employers like Bloomberg and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, it’s a moment of action. What are they doing? In this program, you will hear from both about the challenges they’re facing, solutions they’re putting into action, and how they’re effectively rewriting talent strategy to attract and retain working parents.
Join us for this special event with SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP; Cara McNulty, President of Behavioral Health and Wellbeing at Aetna, a CVS Health Company; and 23-time Gold Medalist, mental health advocate and Talkspace Ambassador Michael Phelps. They discuss the disconnect on mental health between workers and employers, and the need for employers to care for the whole employee. You will also learn about:
The need to destigmatize mental health issues.
What it means to care for the whole person.
How employers can offer modern family benefits to support working parents and caregivers.
According to a 2022 Gartner survey, digital technology initiatives have been identified as the top strategic business priority over the next two years. To support digital transformation in a fiercely competitive labor market, organizations must broaden their sourcing criteria and adopt a data-driven approach to talent attraction. This complimentary talent analytics webinar will showcase ways in which labor market data can help you build a deeper technology talent pool to support your organization’s digital transformation.