Chief People Officer (CPO) is responsible for creating a working environment in which employees can thrive. The CPO’s pioneer focus is on the culture and values of a company in responding to the fierce competition for top talent. Poor talent retention can cripple a company’s ability to grow and harm its bottom line.
According to Deloitte’s 2017 Global Human Capital Trends Report, which surveyed 10,000 organizations worldwide, organizational culture, engagement, and employee brand proposition remain top priorities. 78% of Business and HR leaders believe their company has a significant retention and engagement problem. Strengthening a company’s culture aims to create employees who are happier — and, therefore, more productive, loyal, and motivated to collectively achieve the business’s goals.
The CPO is not a board position, but is usually invited to join board meetings. A company can’t have a strong strategy without having a people person helping to drive the strategy through the organization with the other leaders — helping them evaluate how people are feeling. A strong culture is one where each employee understands how and what they do impacts the organization.
Fast-growing companies can now engage our CPO-as-a-Service as and when they needed to offload resource challenges and minimize operational costs.
Our CPO-as-a-Service solutions
- Talent Acquisition Strategies
- Employee Experience Program
- Company Culture Alignment
- People Innovation Program
- Diversity and Inclusion (D&I)
- Talent Management Program
- Employer Branding Strategies
- People Development Roadmap
- Workplace Relationship Management
- Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
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