The COVID-19 pandemic left a mark in the workplace. From “The Great Resignation” to “Quiet Quitting” businesses are facing low employee morale, decreased efficiency, and diminishing customer satisfaction. Inside companies, a new “Employee 3.0” with different needs and more power is emerging, requiring business leaders to reconsider their approach to people, leadership, and the purpose and set-up of the HR function.
CSR Europe’s People Atelier Series “Get Ready for the Employee 3.0 & Social Standards” aims at empowering corporate members in reinventing the HR function to meet employees’ needs while staying competitive. In the first session – taking place online on 18 April between 10:30-12:00 CET – we will look into the needs of the Employee 3.0 and the key leadership ingredients needed to retain the workforce. Confirmed speakers include Maria Iglesia, Acting Director of Working Conditions and Social Dialogue at the Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (DG-EMPL) of the European Commission, and Tom Verboven, Senior Director at PwC Belgium. Register now and secure your spot.
“For a successful energy transition, it must go hand in hand with an emotional transition. People are indeed the driver of change: if they are involved, feel valued, and experience a state of well-being in an organizational context that cares about them and is attentive to their enhancement, their motivation will be strong, and it will be possible to achieve it.” Guido Stratta, Head of People & Organization, Enel
To maximise this learning experience, CSR Europe corporate members are also invited to attend the next two Atelier sessions on:
Fostering a Culture of Belonging in the Workplace, taking place at the CSR Europe headquarters in Brussels on 19 September, between 10:30-12:00 CET. CSR Europe will deep dive into how companies can set-up and foster of a culture of belonging and recognition that will ensure employee engagement.
The Impact of Social Standards on Business Strategy, taking place online on 21 November, between 10:30-12:00 CET. In this last session, CSR Europe will address current trends and upcoming EU policy requirements around reporting on social capital’s impact, for instance on working conditions, equal treatment, and opportunities for all.
Registrations will open from June 2023.
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