Human Capital

Why your top priority in 2022 should be solving The Connection Gap

Feb 23rd, 2022 @4:00 pm
Did you know almost 80% of employees want to work in a place where they feel connected to the purpose and the people? More than that, nearly 3 in 5 would consider quitting their job if they didn’t feel connected at work, according to new research from Blueboard. But while employees crave workplace connection, organizations are struggling to deliver—especially in our new hybrid work world—creating an urgent Connection Gap. Join us for a conversation with Blueboard VP of People and Culture, Allyson Tom, on what it means to feel connected at work, why it’s essential for your people and your culture, and strategies you can use to help your employees create and nurture that sense of connection. In this session, you’ll learn: How to understand workplace connection using Blueboard’s four-level framework, The most urgent employee connection gaps according to new survey data, Strategies to empower your organization and People leaders to boost workplace connection.


Allyson Tom

VP of People and Culture Blueboard
Allyson is an experienced People leader with a passion for helping people feel seen and truly cared for so that they can reach their fullest potential. Over the past 12 years, Allyson has helped organizations of all sizes and industries design and implement scalable people strategies and infrastructures that support the evolving needs of their high-growth teams. She's gained experience managing all areas of people ops across the full employee lifecycle. She especially enjoys building cultures that are intentional about amplifying diverse voices, fostering open communication, and building meaningful relationships.

Natasha Wahid

Director of Content Blueboard
Natasha Wahid is the Head of Content at Blueboard. She’s a natural storyteller who found her niche helping companies connect to their audiences through thoughtful communication. She believes in building spaces—both personal and professional—where people can be their full selves without fear or shame. She’s a seasoned speaker who’s presented at marketing conferences across the U.S. and is an alum of the incredible Shine Bootcamp (google it!)

Why your top priority in 2022 should be solving The Connection Gap

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