top hr trends 2023

Top HR Trends and Predictions for 2023

Over the past year, People teams have navigated it all: from economic uncertainty and quiet quitting to the rising demands for employee engagement and pay transparency. What’s next for HR in 2023? Join Lattice’s Chief People Officer, Cara Allamano, as she sits down with Natalie Breece, Chief People and Diversity Officer at thredUP, to discuss their predictions for what People teams will be prioritizing in the coming year.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to:
  • Balance employee performance and experience
  • Increase manager engagement and retention
  • Navigate the nuances of pay transparency
  • Improve hybrid work strategies

Evolving Your Company Culture for Lasting Success

In this webinar, Cara Brennan Allamano, Chief People Officer at Lattice, sits down with Melissa Daimler, Chief Learning Officer at Udemy, to discuss Melissa’s new book, ReCulturing: Design Your Company Culture to Connect with Strategy and Purpose for Lasting Success. Melissa will share what she’s learned through two decades in the organizational development field at companies like Adobe, Twitter, WeWork, and now Udemy — and explain why evolving your company culture is the key to thriving in this new era of work.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

– Avoid four dangerous gaps that derail company culture and drive talent away

– Embed diversity and inclusion into your company’s purpose, strategy, and culture

– Create an environment that increases employee fulfillment and organizational success

Building Your Compensation Strategy to Adapt to Uncertainty and Change [EMEA Edition]

Listen as Lattice’s Chief People Officer, Cara Allamano, and a panel of compensation experts have a conversation about adjusting compensation strategy in today’s economic climate.

Drawing from new data collected by Lattice in a survey of 3,000 US and UK workers, our speakers explain how modern employees are thinking about compensation amidst inflation and increased costs of living in this on-demand webinar.

You’ll learn to:

  • Better meet employee compensation expectations
  • Equip managers to navigate effective compensation conversations
  • Ensure equitable compensation practices — with limited resources