Toronto CHRO Forum: Employee Value Propositions in a Changing Talent Landscape

As organizations respond to a rapidly changing talent landscape, emphasis is being placed on employee value propositions- encompassing everything from corporate culture to customized benefits programs.  But with terms like “quiet quitting” and “act your wage” flooding social media and making national headlines, organizations and their people leaders are being forced to ask if this is enough.

For our October Toronto CHRO Forum, we will hear from Dorothy Arturi, Chief People Officer at Q4, Leena Verma, Vice President, Human Resources, at Revera, Natassa Zervopooulos, Director of Employee Experience – Canada at Venterra Realty, and Lorrie Lykins, Managing Editor & Vice President, Research at i4cp on how they have worked to build healthy cultures, strategically address the talent imperative, revamped EVPs, and what this all means for the future of work.

Join us on October 19th to discuss and explore:

  • What does “quiet quitting” actually mean
  • Why having a healthy culture (vs. a toxic one) matters
  • How responses to a changing talent landscape have evolved

As a reminder, the Toronto CHRO Forum – co-hosted by i4cp and The Talent Company – is open exclusively to senior HR executives. To encourage open dialogue and collaboration, vendors and consultants are not permitted.

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