Embrace the Employee Revolution May 4, 2022, 3:10pm EDT May 4, 2022, 3:10pm EDT
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The most pressing issue for CEOs is hiring and retaining people. Competition for talent is fierce, as most companies plan to increase their headcount this year. And the stakes are high as many companies need more workers to operate at full capacity. In a tight labor market, workers have choices and retention is at risk. CEOs must balance the headwinds of talent scarcity, inflation and supply chain impacts with the growth opportunities they see ahead.

In his presentation, Vistage Chief Research Officer Joe Galvin will take a deep dive into data from the Vistage CEO Confidence Index survey to understand CEOs’ key decisions, leadership challenges and investment priorities for 2022.

To help CEOs embrace revolutionary changes that started with the pandemic, he’ll reveal the following Key Projections for 2022:

  • Economic trends
  • Major decisions and challenges: Hiring recruitment and sourcing
  • Investment priorities: People and technology
  • The workforce revolution: Differentiating the employee experience

This webinar is a part of the National Small Business Week Virtual Summit, hosted by the U.S. Small Business Administration and SCORE.

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About the Presenter(s)

Joe Galvin

Joe Galvin is responsible for providing Vistage members with current, compelling and actionable thought leadership.

Chief Research Officer, Vistage
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