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Wednesday, October 20

Combatting the Great Resignation

People are leaving their jobs in search of more money and flexibility as companies work to welcome back those who have been working from home for more than 18 months. Join us on October 20, from 9am to 10am (CT), to learn how businesses have successfully pivoted the way they hire and retain their teams.

COMBATTING THE GREAT RESIGNATION

COMBATTING THE GREAT RESIGNATION

As the pandemic marches on through 2021, a new and frustrating trend has emerged—aptly named The Great Resignation. People are leaving their jobs in search of more money and flexibility as companies work to welcome back those who have been working from home for more than 18 months. Business leaders are scrambling to keep talent, as well as finding new ways to attract people who have had a change of heart about when and where they want to work.

Join UHY as we share insights into how businesses have successfully pivoted the way they hire and retain their teams. You will gain insight into what is most important to today’s workers and learn ways you can quickly adapt.

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Speaker:

Rob Patterson, Senior Consultant | CMA
Rob is a senior consultant with CMA, which is a team of expert business psychologists dedicated to helping businesses build and maintain talented and engaged workforces.  Rob focuses on consulting with his clients to assess their organization and its culture, identify and develop talent through selection and development assessment, and promote effective leadership practices through 360 feedbacks and performance and executive coaching. He has also worked with clients to develop and/or streamline their overall talent-management process.

Recommended CPE Credit: 1
Recommended Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Prerequisites: None
Program Knowledge Level: Basic
Advanced Preparation: None

*To receive CPE credit attendees must attend the session via a computer or mobile device, dial in attendees will not qualify. All three (3) attendance verification polling questions must be answered, the survey at the close of the session must be completed, and your time in the session must be a minimum of 50 minutes in order to receive 1.0 CPE credits.

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