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The Changing Role of HR: What’s Critical for Engagement and Retention in a Remote Workforce?



Nick AdamsVP of Sales, Globalization Partners
Joyce CornelissenHead of People EMEA, Phenom People
Age SeinstraPartner, LIMES International

About this event

When the makeup of the workforce changes, HR must evolve alongside it. Now more than ever, the HR role is a multi-faceted combination of business strategy, compliance, process, and employee development.

Where should HR professionals focus their attention in the new world of global remote work? As teams become international, employers are no longer competing for talent on a local scale. Companies aim to secure the best candidates in the world for the job.

How can HR develop an employee experience to support not just recruitment, but long-term engagement and retention for their teams?

There are both logistical and cultural ways HR can impact the employee experience. Our panelists will explore the following topics:

  • Global Flexibility: employees don’t just want flexible workday hours, but the flexibility to choose the location to perform their work. How can HR support employee mobility?
  • Human Connection Across Time Zones: when everyone is remote, humans must make intentional, authentic connections. How can HR support remote team alignment?
  • Growth and Development: studies show employees consider learning opportunities highly important to their job satisfaction. How can HR help build career development tracks that work remotely?


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