As the economic tides have turned the last few months, so has the workplace. Quiet Hiring–the new work buzzword–has come to the forefront of both employer and employee minds. According to Emily Rose McRae (Sr. Director of Research at Gartner), “quiet hiring is when an organization acquires new skills without actually hiring new full-time employees.”
Join the Capital P in People Work podcast for a live panel and Q & A on Quiet Hiring. In this panel, we’ll cover:
• What really is Quiet Hiring and is it new?
• How does it relate to the Quiet Quitting trend?
• What can companies do to be supportive to employees in this new environment?
• How can you hold your boundaries as an employee?
Our panelists on this episode include:
Mindy Honcoop - She has a calling for people and creating healing workplace ecosystems. Mindy has spent 20 years as a People Leader and HR advisor for primarily technology-focused companies. She guides organizational leaders to rethink how they work to thrive. Before acting as an interim Head of People Ops at Care.com, founding her HR Advising & Consultancy business - Agile in HR, Mindy held a Chief People Officer role at TCP Software and HR leadership roles at Spiceworks Ziff Davis, HomeAway.com, Blackbaud, and Expedia. Mindy is based in Austin, Texas, sits on the board for the non-profit Love Justice International, and co-founded the Austin Women in Agile meetup. When she is not busy with people, she can be found reading, walking her dogs, traveling, or hiking.
Ciprian Arhire - He is the Global Head of People Experience and HR Transformation for Entain Group, supporting 26,000 global employees. In his role, Ciprian is responsible for the People Experience Strategy, design and implementation based on the changing needs of the people and business, as well as leading a portfolio of HR transformation programmes and interventions to future-proof the organization and the HR Service Delivery. Arhire has been voted as one of the most influential HR Practitioners of 2022’s HR Magazine’s work to identify and showcase HR Thought and Practice leaders globally and shortlisted as the HR Champion of the year 2023 for the Burberry British Diversity Awards.
Shereen Sater - She is hyper-focused on helping organizations understand their talent to retain and engage them. She founded The Curve Collective to create and offer solutions to companies she wished she had throughout her early career – robust culture analyses, engaging workshops, and thorough leadership development for greener talent. As an avid reader, her self-proclaimed love language is recommending books (and unsolicited advice).