I wasn't at the Travolution Summit last week, but I concur with the comments from Duncan Alexander below. On the whole companies are definitely being more proactive to engage with staff and to deploy staff retention programmes. And it's working. On the other hand companies who don't work at staff engagement or who have a poor people culture are much more vulnerable to losing staff. We know, because we see the trends from candidates making contact with us. It works both ways. 

Alexander also makes the point that people need to take responsibility for the development of their personal digital career and where appropriate to re-skill. Again I agree. Most people nowadays have a significant proportion of digital exposure in their roles, but fail to emphasise this on their CV's or Linkedin profiles. The chances are that you are more digitally experienced than you think you are, but if you are not then be proactive and do something about it!