Higher compensation. More flexibility. A greater sense of fulfillment. Droves of people are now emboldened to quit their jobs in search of what they’ve been missing—whatever that may be.
While some companies may be tempted to write off the Great Resignation as nothing more than hyperbolic headlines or summer seasonality, employee attrition data tells a scarier story.
In fact, employees are 20% more likely to voluntarily leave their jobs this year, compared to 2020.
What companies can do to attract and retain top tier talent during the Great Resignation
How the Great Resignation is reshaping the benefits and compensation landscape
What perks and benefits are most attractive to employees right now
How leaders can cope with the changes caused by the Great Resignation and how to prepare for the future.
Larry Dunivan is Namely’s CEO as well as a 30-year veteran in HR and software systems. At Ceridian, a cloud-based human capital management platform, Dunivan held a multitude of leadership positions across sales, customer support and product before becoming Chief Revenue Officer of the company. He also served as senior vice president at Global HCM Products where he led the development, deployment and launch of an end-to-end talent management application. Prior to joining Namely, Dunivan was interim Chief Executive Officer at ThinkHR, a risk management software company.
Amy Roy is the Chief People Officer at Namely, headquartered in New York City. She currently oversees the People function at Namely, where she is responsible for talent acquisition, employee retention, and growth and development. With over 20 years of HR industry experience, she brings valuable insight to help drive Namely’s organizational growth and product evolution. Prior to joining Namely, Amy held roles in Human Resources and Sales leadership. Amy earned her BA in Political Science and MA in HR Management from Rutgers University. She is also a certified Six-Sigma blackbelt and a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).
Matt, Founder and CEO of Pave, was previously a software engineer at Facebook. He holds degrees in computer science from Penn and business from Wharton. Matt has had a lifelong passion for helping people fully understand and take control of their personal finances. Outside of work, you can find him mountaineering in the Andes and backcountry skiing in the Rockies.
Colleen McCreary is the Chief People, Places and Publicity Officer at Credit Karma. As the first person to hold this position, she is responsible for Credit Karma’s People, Workplace Services, Communications and Events teams. In this role, Colleen leverages both internal and external communications functions to foster a healthy workplace culture, drive long term value for the business and position the company competitively in the market.
She holds a B.S. in Mass Communication and Public Relations from Boston University, and a M.A. in Higher and Adult Education from Columbia University.
When she’s not working and consulting on people strategies for other companies, Colleen is traveling around the world with her husband Andrew and her son Cooper, who has already been to more than 35 countries at just 14 years old.