Employee Wellbeing for the Great Retention
In this interactive panel discussion, Factorial is joined by three workplace culture experts who discuss the importance of employee wellbeing and its impact on retaining top talent. Read more about our panelists below!
Participants learn about:
- Improving employee wellbeing through strategies related to employee resource groups, health equity, DEI and more.
- How these strategies can impact employee retention
- Improving employee retention through data and analytics
Alysha M. Campbell is a multiple award-winning, best-selling author and a highly respected Strategic HR Leader with a decade of experience that encompasses all facets of Human Resource Management. From executing successful multi-million dollar workforce recruitment and optimization projects to spearheading employee culture initiatives, Alysha has truly seen and done it all in the HR space.
Her passion for the industry has led her to start her own HR Consultancy and Strategy agency - CultureShift HR. As Founder and Principal, Alysha uses her business acumen to help companies utilize and engage their best talent while creating purposeful, diverse, and inclusive work environments that help businesses grow and thrive.
Robyn Forman Pollack is Workplace Culture Strategist and Founder of Loutel. A business strategist with a focus on talent, Robyn takes an integrated and comprehensive approach to developing data-driven, strategic solutions to address organizational opportunities around culture, belonging, inclusion, equity, and diversity.
Robyn has been actively involved in DEI issues for over 25 years. She has lectured and written extensively on issues of equity, belonging, and inclusion, best practices, communication, team collaboration, networking, negotiation, and effective leadership and has advised both for-profit and not-for-profit small, middle market, and Fortune 500 companies.
Hannah Malvin (she/her) is a coach and consultant on workplace culture rooted in equity and staff wellbeing. She works with Congressional offices, federal agencies, nonprofits, foundations, and fortune 500 companies on recruitment and retention, employee engagement, employee resource group management, and DEI initiatives.
She serves as program manager of The Bridge Program, an equitable hiring pathway for the environmental sector focused on people of color and underrepresented communities. In 2016 she founded Pride Outside, the leading organization advancing LGBTQ outdoor inclusion initiatives with Congress, federal agencies, conservation nonprofits. Hannah has a BA in Political Science from Brown University and is certified in coaching and positive psychology, the scientific study of wellbeing.