Processes and strategies to create a more engaging and inspiring workplace
This past year underscored the critical role of employee experience while organizations navigate through unprecedented change. Overnight, organizations had to forge a plan to help employees adapt to this drastic transition and maintain a positive virtual work environment.
As organizations begin to rebound from the pandemic and set goals for 2022, HR leaders must rethink and reshape their employee experience strategies. Here is our opportunity to build stability around hybrid workplaces, embracing what works and improving where needed. HR leaders also must factor in the generational shift that will occur by 2025. Studies have revealed that by this time, Millennials and Gen Z will replace Gen X and Baby Boomers as the dominant generations in the workplace. The success of the public sector will be contingent on its ability to attract and retain the next generation of employees.
In order to meet the demands of the future workplace and workforce, HR leaders must evaluate and review how they are engaging employees at each stage of the employee life cycle. A well-implemented EX framework can have a positive impact on employer branding, boost productivity, increase engagement and drive retention. As HR leaders prepare for the new normal, what are the EX tools and strategies that can empower employees and provide them with an experience that they find exciting and rewarding?
Join Public Sector Network’s Improving Employee Experience as we explore case studies, discuss key trends, and help overcome challenges in designing a hybrid workplace strategy built to facilitate an enriching employee experience. The session will bring together a cross-section of employees sharing their workplace experiences, celebrating what’s great, as well as ideas for making the public sector an even better place to work.
Your Expert Speakers
HR Innovation, Human Resources Services Branch
Employment and Social Development Canada
Head of Public Sector, North America
Head of Talent & HR
Ontario Digital Service
Director, Experience Solutions
Chief Human Resources Officer
Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of
Assistant Deputy Minister – Human Resource Operations
Government of Manitoba
Industry Principal, Public Sector
Culture Ambassador, HR Branch
Canada Border Services Agency
Canadian Public Sector Leader and Ottawa Office Leader
Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
A must-attend event for public sector organizations looking to:
Discuss actionable strategies that can help you design, measure and evaluate your EX
Understand how you can leverage the right tools and technology to facilitate EX
Learn how an effective employee experience strategy can foster a sense of belonging, boost productivity and ensure your organization is prepared for the future
What's included in your registration:
Hear from public sector leaders about the latest trends and exploring how to instantly apply these insights and gaining unique perspectives
An opportunity to engage with the inspiring speaker panel and peers in the live Q&A and polling to discover answers to shared challenges
Leading Technology Solutions
Hear from solutions providers in the government space as they explore key technologies to improve citizen services
Receive on-demand access to session content after the conference on the complimentary Public Sector Network social learning platform
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