TLNT Webinar

Retain Your Talent: Measuring & Sustaining Employee Happiness in Response to The Great Resignation

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Employees are quitting their jobs in record numbers with close to 50% of the workforce considering resignation. The events of the past year have put many things into perspective, demonstrating that high productivity can be achieved, without the sacrifice of long hours and time away from loved ones. As employers begin to bring their teams back to work, employees are weighing their options.

Staying on top of employee morale and maintaining employee happiness is critical to retaining and recruiting employees now more than ever. So where do you start? Employee feedback.

Join us for a free webinar on Friday, January 28, at 2pm ET as Christina Giordano, Senior Partnerships Manager at AllVoices, Zaina Orbai, Chief People Officer at The RealReal, Arjen Mackaaij, Chief People Officer at Rain Instant Pay, and Abby Engers, HR Manager at Boly:Welch discuss the ins and outs of employee feedback.

Employee feedback can help you learn:

  • Why employees are leaving
  • How you can ensure that you’re encouraging, hearing, and responding to employee feedback
  • How you can sustain employee happiness long term
  • What solutions you should develop in response to the great resignation to retain your workforce, recruit new employees, and more!

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Presented by:

Christina Giordano (She/Her)

Christina Giordano (she/her) is a natural community builder and hyper connector currently working as the Partnerships & Community Manager at AllVoices. She’s the Host of the inaugural interview series Reimagining Company Culture where she’s interviewed over 200+ CHROs, Chief People Officers, Chief Diversity Officers, and other incredible Culture Champions at global organizations. Christina has a track record of curating meaningful partnerships with organizations who believe in building an equitable workplace and she’s an experienced moderator of panels. Also, Christina was an employee resource group leader at previous tech companies including The Muse and Yext.

Zaina Orbai (She/Her)

Zaina Orbai (she/her) is the Chief People Officer at The RealReal. Most recently, she has helped scale the company through rapid growth and a successful IPO. Previously, Zaina was the Vice President of People Operations at Yelp. She supported the company to successfully scale from pre-IPO to 5000+ employees worldwide. Prior to Tech, Zaina held several management roles in the Retail industry. 

Arjen Mackaaij (He/Him)

Originally from the Netherlands, Arjen is a business leader, people geek, and strengths-based coach, with over 15 years of experience in leading HR strategy and people functions. As the first SVP of People for FabFitFun, a fast-growing lifestyle company based in LA, Arjen oversees the end-to-end employee experience and people operations. As a member of their senior executive team, his mission is to further develop a unique employee experience that engages people to be their best fab self as the company scales, while retaining the foundational elements that have made the company so successful. Prior to FabFitFun, Arjen was the People and Operations Director for BCG Digital Ventures, a corporate investment and incubation firm in Manhattan Beach, overseeing the people operations for their North America region. Previous experiences include HR roles at LG Electronics and strategic advisory roles at the Boston Consulting Group. Arjen is driven by his passion for inclusion (his number one Clifton Strength is “Includer”) and empowering everyone to contribute to the best of their abilities.

Abby Engers

Abby Engers, J.D., SHRM-CP, is an HR Manager at Boly:Welch, one of Portland’s top recruiting agencies. She works internally on HR processes and externally with a large variety of local businesses and nonprofits to solve their HR, hiring, and retention pain points. She’s a graduate of the University of Oregon’s School of Law and has been working in HR and recruiting for almost 7 years, where she’s often asked to speak on topics related to employment. She’s also the creator of two hiring-themed zines, 60+ blogs, and has recently started dabbling in #CareerTok.