Strengthen your employee value proposition now to counter the “big quit”

Companies are being told to beware of increased resignations as employees with changed priorities look for a more supportive organizational culture, improved benefits, and greater flexibility. How can your business address these needs, remain differentiated, and compete for talent?

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In addition to pay and benefits, organizations are looking for new ways to stay competitive and enhance their employee value proposition. From four-day workweeks to flex-style benefit plans to adding voluntary offerings that fill benefit gaps, companies are getting creative.

Watch the interactive discussion, with quick polls for insight into how other employers are responding. You'll learn:

  • The steps you can take to retain critical workers. We’ll start with the basics – compensation and career progression.
  • Are flexible and hybrid work models now expected norms?
  • Can voluntary benefits help you fill benefit gaps? We’ll share some of the latest trends that are producing measurable results.
  • How can you better communicate your total rewards package so employees recognize the true value of your organization’s investment in your people?

About our speakers

Mary Armstrong Flippo HORIZONTAL-good-1Mary Armstrong-Flippo | Mary is a Principal and leads our Absence and Productivity practice. She has more than 27 years of HR consulting experience helping organizations create and innovate absence and time-off policies to ensure they stay competitive, manage their risk, and cater to the needs of a diverse workforce.

Mike Chalmers, J.D. | Mike is a Principal and leads Buck's Career practice. He has a legal background and more than 20 years of experience, both as a consultant and leading the compensation function at large, multi-national companies. His experience includes international, executive, and broad-based total rewards, job analysis and organizational design, and performance management and HR system/analytics.

Ruth Hunt - new - with sleeves - croppedRuth Hunt | Ruth is a Principal in Buck’s Engagement practice and a wellbeing thought leader. With more than 30 years experience in HR and internal communication, she has conducted extensive employee and focus group research on employee needs. An expert facilitator, Ruth helps outline strategy, align levers for shared accountability and informed consumerism, and creatively drive employee action.
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Tom Kelly | Tom is a Principal in the Health practice and the Voluntary Benefits practice leader. For over 20 years Tom has helped some of the country’s largest and most respected employers design voluntary benefit programs that not only deliver business objectives, but also drive greater employee engagement.

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