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Radio Show #400: Josh Bersin on the Importance of the ‘Employee Voice’

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Special Guest: Josh Bersin, internationally recognised analyst, educator, and thought leader in the global talent market, Dean of the Josh Bersin Academy

Amazon has said it wants to be “Earth’s best employer and safest place to work”. This ambition is a long-overdue acknowledgment of the importance of the employee voice.

For Josh, the voice of the employee is the most important topic in business. Employees are the most “vested stakeholders” you have; when they have problems or good ideas, you really have to listen. In practice, this means regular structured management-team communications and all-hands meetings, complemented by regular listening, surveys, and feedback.

And for firms looking to rebuild as we exit COVID, if you start looking like an unattractive employer, you're going to suffer serious impacts—on not just morale, but business reputation and recruitment.

Josh is an internationally recognised analyst, educator, and thought leader in the global talent market and is a frequently quoted commentator on the world of work, HR and leadership practices. He is also dean of the Josh Bersin Academy, the world's first global development academy for HR and talent professionals at all levels and across all industries.

Join us as we discuss why employee experience has to be a priority for all organisations right now.

Host:  Jo Moffatt

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