According to a recent Gallup survey, 48% of the US population is currently job searching. And as turnover and hiring challenges accelerate, the cost to companies’ bottom line is getting higher: Gallup estimates that replacing workers requires ½ to 2x the employee’s annual salary.
Yet many companies are beating the trend with better retention and more high-quality applicants for open roles. They’ve cracked the code in finding ways to attract and retain valuable employees at a time when many other companies are struggling. Join us to learn more about how companies are leveraging payroll strategies that go beyond signing bonuses to win the race for talent. Takeaways include:
- Learn the true cost of employee disengagement and resignation to your bottom line
- Discover the single most critical piece of information that you can make available to your employees
- Learn how payroll strategies like on demand pay strengthen company retention and hiring, and make employees happier and more engaged
Jeanniey Walden is an award-winning, entrepreneurial Chief Marketing Officer who uses innovation to transform the way companies work to accelerate growth and brand impact. Currently, she is the CMO of DailyPay, helping to transform the way employees get paid. Jeanniey has led global Marketing and Growth for Fortune 1000 companies, including Mercer, Ogilvy, Barnes & Noble and JCPenney, as well as industry-transforming start-ups, including Zinio, RebelMouse and Ringblingz. She is a highly sought-after public speaker and frequently shares her keen business insight on nationally-syndicated and major market television and radio shows.
Melissa Johnston, Vice President of Human Resources for Pacific Bells, LLC and World Wide Wings, LLC. Pacific Bells, LLC is a franchisee of Taco Bell with approximately 6,000 employees within 7 different states, and World Wide Wings, LLC is a franchisee of Buffalo Wild Wings with approximately 4,000 employees across 7 different states. Melissa has spent much of her 20 year HR career in the retail/restaurant space. She received her degree from the University of Washington (Go Huskies!) and has been “people focused” ever since.