A Fireside Chat with Jeff Schwartz, Founder of Deloitte’s Future of Work Practice and author of Work Disrupted
The Great Resignation. The turnover tsunami. A mass employee exodus. Whatever you choose to call it, the reality is the same: more workers are thinking about calling it quits. In fact, as many as 95% of employees are contemplating resigning this year.
But hope shouldn’t be lost for organizations and people leaders. Join us as we host a live discussion on what actions leading enterprises need to take to retain and engage their very best talent so they can come out ahead in 2022.
Our guest for this timely discussion – the founder of Deloitte’s Future of Work practice, founding editor and principal author of Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends report since 2011, author of Work Disrupted: Opportunity, Resilience, and Growth in the Accelerated Future of Work, and now Gloat’s VP of Insights and Impact. He’ll be sharing his wisdom from across the industry on how organizations can turn this moment of turbulence into opportunity, and also share a few words on why he joined Gloat at such a pivotal moment for the HR industry.
Prior to joining Gloat, Schwartz was a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP for 20 years, most recently as the U.S. Leader for the future of work and as a senior partner in the firm’s Global Human Capital executive since 2003. His leadership roles have included global and U.S. marketing, eminence, and brand, leading the organization, change, and talent practices, and growing the firm’s global delivery capabilities in India. Schwartz also has been a leading innovator and was the founding editor and a principal author of Deloitte’s global human capital trends report since 2011 and the co-founder of Catalyst Tel Aviv, the firm’s first global innovation tech hub. It was in Tel Aviv in 2016 that Schwartz first met the founders of Gloat while researching one of the first future of work start-up landscape surveys.