In this webinar, we look at some of the data that Dell has collected on what our customers are telling us they envision their business will look like in a post-pandemic era. In order to attract talent, we need to make sure we know our employees, and understand if we are providing the right technology and if we are giving them the best chance to be both productive and happy in their work.
We will discuss some of the learnings and changes Dell had to make as we went through this transformation as a company and how you can avoid some of those same pitfalls. We will look at what we have focused on to make our employees just as productive in a fully remote environment and what we as a company are focused on to achieve this. We then will talk about something that we feel is most important, securing your data and giving your employees peace of mind when working remotely.
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Bonus Handout: Dell Future-Ready Workforce Whitepaper
Hot Tip: The employees we need in order to bridge the talent gap have very high workplace expectations. Studies are showing 82% of employees say technology influences the job they take and 42% would quit a job over poor technology.
About Daren Masanda: Daren has worked at Dell for over 11 years in roles ranging from sales to technical solutions to the overall strategy for the Dell PC business. Currently, he supports the Strategic Partnerships in Small Business to help them create better solutions as a Field Marketing Manager. In his role, he focuses on the product mix for small businesses, strategic programs to enhance our customer's experience, and making sure Dell is in a competitive position from a product and price standpoint. Daren enjoys spending time with his family watching his kids play sports, supporting his wife in her half marathon adventures as well as practicing and teaching Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He has a passion for all things in technology and working to delight Dell customers.
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