Is your organization still debating “remote versus office?” The future of work isn’t either/or—it’s both.
For many employees around the world, work is now a digital-first experience. One that’s augmented by the physical workplace, but no longer tethered to it. This is causing a growing to disconnect between employee expectations and their day-to-day experiences, and it’s having a huge impact on employee satisfaction.
Leading organisations are rethinking the employee experience from the ground up. No longer thinking in terms of where work happens, but how work happens, intentionally building and nurturing culture in a digital-first work environment. This is enabling leaders to maximise diversity and inclusion opportunities, overcome talent retention and attraction challenges, and experience less proximity bias
Join thought leaders from Slack, along with a select group of your peers, as we discuss strategies to create an inclusive, fulfilling employee experience and avoid some common blockers to establishing your digital headquarters, so your organisation can thrive in a digital-first economy.
Slack is your Digital HQ—a place where work flows between your people, systems, partners and customers. From Fortune 100 companies to corner markets, millions of people around the world use Slack to connect their teams, unify their systems, and drive their business forward.
Is your board engaged in making lasting changes to adapt to new employee experience expectations?
How are you driving business results in this context of hybrid working?
What does flexibility really look like?
Access to industry leading like-minded executives tackling similar initiatives
Collaborate and network to gain expertise and experience on how to best act and succeed
In-depth face time with the world’s leading tech companies pushing the boundaries to solve your challenges
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