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Future of Work, Session 4: Care to Do Better: Enhance employee potential and leave your people and your business “Net Better Off”

July 14, 2021 | 10:00 AM11:00 AM

Join us to learn about Accenture’s groundbreaking research findings on the 6 fundamental human needs that inspire workers’ potential, see a demo of Workdays’ VIBE Index™, and hear, firsthand, about the steps trailblazing State executives – Kathleen Webb, Chief Deputy Director, DMV and Nicole Griffith, Benefits Chief, CalHR –are taking to create new strategies, opportunities and environments that leave their employees—and their businesses—“net better off”.

As part of the new “work norm”, employees are expecting more from employers, particularly as they anticipate a post-pandemic world. In response, leaders in the private and public sectors are taking more responsibility for workers’ holistic well-being and are actively seeking to earn their trust. Accenture’s groundbreaking research found that by meeting six fundamental human needs through work, companies unlock their people’s full potential. We call this framework “Net Better Off,” and its six dimensions are: Emotional & Mental, Relational, Physical, Financial, Purposeful and Employable. As employers boost these dimensions and create meaningful and trusting relationships with employees, they see an increase in business performance. Similarly, Workday’s VIBE Index™ helps businesses measure inclusion, belonging and diversity across talent, leadership, and culture.

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