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According to EY’s latest global survey, 9 out of 10 employees want flexibility in where and when they work, and 54% of employees are likely to quit if they are not offered an ongoing approach to hybrid working. The EY Work Reimagined Employee Survey reflects the views of more than 16,000 employees, including more than 1,000 in Japan, and shows that for most industries and countries, there is no ‘going back’ to the old normal.
In this next phase of co-existing with COVID, companies must learn to shift from surviving through the pandemic to thriving in the new normal.
Please join us as EY leaders Matt Lovegrove and Nancy Ngou provide a deeper look at the Work Reimagined survey results and share insights into how you can design the hybrid working model your employees want and your business needs.
About the Speakers
Matt Lovegrove is an experienced senior business executive with over 25 years of experience within the ICT and Professional Services industries in Australia, Europe, and Asia.
Matt and his team enable business success through engaged people - from talent acquisition, to talent development and deployment (including global mobility), to talent retention through reward and compensation planning, and HR performance improvement.
He is an EY Partner, an Associate Member of CPA, and a former Chair of APMP in Australia New Zealand. He has a Bachelor of Economics.
Nancy Ngou has 37 years of combined leadership, consulting, business operations and practical HR experience in the U.S. and Japan, and leads the Change Experience and Culture practice at EY. This includes change management, culture change, and diversity & inclusion services.
Nancy has served on various business and diversity boards, including EY Americas’ and EY Japan Consulting’s D&I Advisory Boards and is a founding Board member of Ascend, the largest Asian American professional association. Nancy has been a Board Member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan since 2016. She has also been recognized as a Leading Ally Executive by OUTstanding in 2015 and 2020.
Nancy earned an MSc in Environmental Management from the University of London, and an MBT in Business Taxation from the University of Southern California. She is a US CPA and holds certifications in Behavioral Science in Business from Columbia University, Inclusive Global Leadership from Robertson Center UC Berkeley and Global HR Professional from the HR Certification Institute.