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4 ways to decrease employee turnover and boost satisfaction

Date Icon  October, 27th  |  2 pm ET
Duration Icon  30mins

From updated work-from-home policies to flexible work arrangements, the pandemic has put newfound pressure on companies to reimagine and double-down on the employee experience. 

Join Brainstorm, leaders in end-user change and adoption, and Perficient, the leading global digital consultancy, to discuss employee experience survey results from Gartner and how top companies are increasing employee satisfaction and reducing employee turnover.

What you'll learn

  • How to accelerate and revitalize new-hire onboarding 
  • How to improve access to training and skills development
  • How to invest in new technologies that support day-to-day functions
  • Tips for deploying employee experience analytics



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Mike Willis
Director of Organizational Change Management, Perficient

As a leader in organizational change management, Mike Willis has spent over 20 years helping leaders design and orchestrate the human side of change for their mission-critical initiatives. Most days, you can find Mike consulting with leaders to assess and develop strategies to transform their organization at the intersection of people, process, and technology. He also blogs about insights and methods to help leaders accelerate change in their organizations. 


Casey Profile

Casey Trujillo
Senior Vice President, Sales Excellence

Every day at BrainStorm, Casey Trujillo helps organizations set the proper strategy for vision, plan, and scale—empowering end users to work more efficiently with their software tools. Casey especially loves helping organizations connect the dots and learn how technology use can speed the completion of corporate goals and deliver a powerful return on investment. When he’s not talking about BrainStorm, Casey loves to hang out with his family or invent a new, more intense way to do pushups at the gym.

Register today

Is your organization dealing with effects of 'The Great Resignation’ and Hybrid Paradox? Join the discussion on October 27th