Why Workforce Resilience Matters

Business resilience starts with workforce resilience: an organization is only as strong as its workforce. As businesses continue to adapt to change, their success depends on the strength and agility of their workforce to manage through and rebound from today’s setbacks while also preparing for tomorrow. From talent attraction, retention and development, to inclusion and diversity and an employee’s personal health, emotional and financial wellbeing — what were once seen as human resource challenges have now become C-Suite imperatives and critical to future-proofing an organization.

Insights to Make Better Workforce Decisions

Explore our insights across a range of topics that help organizations make better workforce decisions.

C-suite respondents ranked failure to attract top talent higher in their lists of top risks than risk managers or finance managers did, indicating a disconnect between the C-suite’s priorities and those in risk or finance roles.

Source:
Aon’s 2021 Global Risk Management Survey

Replacing an employee can cost more than 100% of the role's salary while successful reskilling can cost less than 10% of a role's salary.

Source:
Aon's Global HR Pulse Survey on Managing the Great Resignation

While wellbeing programs are widespread and continue to expand, 70% of employees consistently struggle with resilience. 52% of non-resilient employees do not feel a sense of belonging and only 42% stay with their employer.

Source:
Aon's Rising Resilient Report