Young organisations have seen high levels of attrition and face retention challenges. In a recent report, SMEs across the e-commerce sector reported facing attrition as high as 80%. While the post-pandemic world has further accentuated the issue, these organisations have faced a mounting challenge to engage and retain their talent. In 2023, they face shifting skills demand, scarce talent, and a stricter hiring landscape. Moreover, with evolving employee preferences around flexibility and purpose, employee engagement and retention efforts must be relooked at and revamped.
But how? What are some essential considerations for revamping engagement initiatives and recreating them for a more digital and hybrid experience? As HR leaders hope to build more impactful people strategies, how do they create the right experience for their employees that helps spur engagement and ensure better retention?
These are the pressing questions that organisations across the board today face. Questions that form a core part of the People Matters and Keka webcast discussion on Employee Engagement in 2023: An HR leader's guide.
In this, we discuss:
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Pratima Pinto ThomasHead HR, Fino Payments Bank
Rishu GargVice President & Head HR, Dehaat
Naveen Kumar NerlajeChief Human Resource Officer, Licious
Reshma S Nair