Webinar: Tips for keeping performance high and people happy

Join a panel of HR experts to learn what motivates today's workers and drives their loyalty, productivity and performance

Webinar: Tips for keeping performance high and people happy

In a world where workers seem to be unhappy and disconnected from their work, how can employers ensure that employees perform at a high level?

This is the question that a panel of experts answer in the webinar titled "The great balancing act: Research-based tips for keeping performance high and people happy" from Dayforce.

“Today’s employers are caught in a balancing act between employee flexibility and meticulous compliance, empathy and efficiency, and worker expectations and budget realities. And organizational performance rests heavily upon their ability to walk this fine line,” says Dayforce.

According to Dayforce’s 14th Annual Pulse of Talent survey, more than 8,700 workers from around the globe said they see big imbalances in their workplaces – and there are consequences. 

More than eight in 10 respondents said they experienced burnout in the past year. And despite growing uncertainty in the job market, flight risk remains at 69%.

Also, workers’ overall happiness level dropped in March compared to the previous month, and the drop happened across all indicators, according to a report from ADP Canada. And only 27% of employees have a “healthy” relationship with work, according to a previous HP report.

What motivates workers the most?

"The great balancing act" webinar panel consists of the following experts:

  • Donnebra McClendon, VP and global head of diversity, equity and inclusion at Dayforce
  • Alexandra Levit, author and futurist
  • Laurie Robinson, people and culture strategist at Burton Snowboards
  • Elizabeth Yates, partner at PwC
  • Lisa Bull, global head of employee experience at Dayforce

This panel of experts will discuss:

  • How your organization compares to others in navigating today’s great balancing act
  • What motivates today’s workers and drives their loyalty, productivity, and performance
  • Steps you can take to balance business performance and employee engagement, so you can increase both

Don’t miss this highly informative webinar, register to watch here.

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