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If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that HR leaders’ ability to adapt to change is unparalleled. With countless and unforeseen changes, I’ve seen HR go above and beyond to find new ways to engage their people, while standing out as top employers in their field. And this is a trend that isn’t going away anytime soon. 

As we enter the war on talent, it’s key that HR continues to reinvent how we engage our people.

In a survey of 3,809 employees and senior HR decision-makers across the UK, U.S. and Australia, we’ve uncovered what attraction, retention and engagement looks like in a post-COVID world – highlighting employees’ plans to leave their current jobs and what HR leaders intend to do to keep them. Here are our biggest findings:

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Download the infographic here.

Employers must strategically manage employee churn over the next 12 months to ensure an engaged workforce remains – one that will help each business meet their unique goals. With the right mix of reward and recognition, fair compensation and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives, organisations can fight against the war on talent. 

Check out the research

Robert Hicks

Robert is the Group HR Director at Reward Gateway. While running is his top way to unwind, he also loves going to gigs, watching football and cricket, and is known to enjoy the odd ski weekend.

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