Re-shaping Talent Retention for the Energy Industry in a Post-COVID World
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As the world recovers from the impact of COVID-19, businesses are struggling to retain talent
More than 40% of the global workforce are considering leaving their jobs this year and according the the US Bureau of Labour Statistics, 4 million Americans quit their jobs in July 2021.
Some of the root causes behind this upheaval include ongoing concerns over job security, unsupportive work environments and employee burnout.
Apart from creating new models of challenges for businesses, the pandemic spotlighted various existing vulnerabilities in the traditional workplace. It also altered the way in which employees think about work and how it fits into their lives.
According to Aaron McEwan, a behavioral scientist from Gartner, this has shifted the balance of power from employers to employees.
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Moving forward, employers must address the workplace challenges employees are currently facing
As emboldened employees take matters into their own hands, it presents a compelling opportunity for businesses to act. Companies must take the necessary steps to support their workers and adjust their workplace policies and procedures to account for the challenges caused by the pandemic.
Our white paper, Re-shaping Talent Retention for the Energy Industry in a Post-COVID World collects the insights from various experts from Airswift to help businesses within the energy industry adapt their talent retention strategies to fit the changing criteria of modern workplace.
Download the white paper to learn about:
What are the circumstances fuelling employee resignation
The motivators behind employee engagement and retention
The challenges faced by organisations in employee retention
The strategies companies can implement to ensure long-term retention