People Power


How do you keep staff engaged after a period of pay cuts, furloughs and redundancies?


The last six months have seen a wave of companies cutting staff and reworking wages in an effort to stay afloat. As companies adjust to the ‘new normal’, which cuts do you keep, which do you roll back – and how do you keep staff motivated and loyal, particularly with what for many will be a more remote workforce?


The IHS Market Dubai Purchasing Managers’ Index, said in June: “Workers have been hard-hit, with employment dropping sharply for the fourth month in a row." Emirates Airline President Tim Clark, told the BBC: “We will probably have to let go of a few more, probably up to 15%."


We’ll speak to companies who have made difficult staffing decisions about managing change, as well as experts in employee motivation, recruitment and retention, and empathetic leadership to hear first-hand the challenges, and the best practice solutions.

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Back to Business Webinar: People Power

The fifth edition of Dubai Eye 103.8's Back to Business webinars, in partnership with Cisco Webex, discusses People Power. 2020 was a year like no other for Human Resource departments the world over. When the economy came to a standstill, the biggest casualty in most organizations was staff numbers. As we step into 2021 and see the green shoots of recovery, we look at how some of the world’s best employers are keeping their staff engaged and motivated after a period of pay cuts, furloughs and redundancies. This webinar will help you invigorate your staff, and get them motivated for a great 2021. Business Breakfast host Brandy Scott is joined by Mimi Nicklin an Experienced marketer, Strategist & well-known empathetic leader, Toneya Sarwar, HR Leader, Middle East & Africa for Cisco and Kamal Farah, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Abanos Interior Fit-Out & Joinery. Sign up for future webinars Thanks to our partners Cisco .. LIVE from Nasdaq.

Posted by Dubai Eye 103.8 News. Talk. Sport on Tuesday, January 12, 2021


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