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Explore the state of workforce resiliency post-COVID-19

The last few months have shook the world. So how are employees feeling and how have their attitudes changed? In this session, join Dr. Benjamin Granger and Simon Daly from telecoms giant Three to discuss the findings of our global workforce resiliency study.

In this session, we will deep dive into the key findings from this study, such as:

  • Employee listening: Employees whose organisations formally “listened” to them during the heart of the pandemic, reported significantly higher engagement and wellbeing .

  • Safety: Many employees are still concerned about going back into the office – but there are several factors that make them feel more comfortable.

  • Key drivers during the pandemic: Key drivers of engagement and well-being were largely the same – and heavily influenced by the frequency and quality of communications from leaders.

  • Manager enablement: Ratings of manager support were very high across the globe but when perceptions of this were low, employees really struggled.

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Dr. Benjamin Granger

XM Catalyst, Qualtrics XM Institute

Benjamin has over a decade of experience building EX measurement and management programs across the globe and leads research initiatives within the Qualtrics XM Institute.

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Simon Daly

Head of Engagement, Three

Since 2016, Simon has been responsible for the design, creation and implementation of Three’s employee engagement strategy.

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