Industree Change supports the research by Milan Polytechnic's HR Innovation Practice Observatory
Industree Change is among the official supporters of the research of Milan Polytechnic's HR Innovation Practice Observatory, a point of reference for the development of a culture of innovation in Human Resources. In the workshop "The new labor market balances: how to remain attractive outside and inside the organization," the phenomenon of large resignations in the Italian market was investigated in order to define initiatives and tools to attract new talent and engage their employees.
Industree Change, a unit of Industree Communication Hub specializing in consulting and communication projects for HR and Employer Branding, is among the official supporters of the research by Milan Polytechnic's HR Innovation Practice Observatory, a point of reference for the development of a culture of innovation in HR.
The two entities will work together to communicate and disseminate knowledge on issues of innovation and HR management through the development of new technologies and organizational communication. The goal will be to support companies constantly grappling with the rapid changes in organizations with the person at the center.
In recent days, the in-person and live streaming workshop "The New Balances of the Labor Market: How to Remain Attractive Outside and Inside the Organization" was held, during which the survey conducted in collaboration with Doxa on workers was presented to frame the phenomenon of large resignations and the factors for which people decide to leave the company. The data record a greater propensity to leave the organization in the "very young" (18-30 years old) and the highest percentages are recorded for the ICT, Services and Finance sector and for profiles with a high level of digitalization. The main reasons for resigning are the better working conditions offered, in terms of the size of the salary and economic benefits, and opportunities for growth and/or career.
In the workshop session, Industree Change brought its experience aimed at designing initiatives and tools to attract new talent and engage its employees, including through the construction of an effective employee value proposition.
This very topic was discussed in depth during the free online event "How to make your Employee Value Proposition concrete and credible to attract and retain through concrete proposals? The Ideal Company VS the Real Company," which was held on Wednesday, March 30.