Happy employees make productive employees. HR managers are now finding that compensation and benefits alone cannot keep employees happy; they also need nurturing through proper training and development. Join the BrightTALK talent management community to learn how to engage and retain your best talent by providing them with the tools and rewards they need to enhance their performance and reach their potential.
Current Childcare voucher schemes offered through employers will close to new registrants in April 2018. For many employers they’ve been the mainstay of their support for working parents.
So what could/should employers be doing to support their employees.
So in our spring webinar, we’ll examine the benefits and policies options and what other initiatives work for employers. We’ll also consider the pros and cons and the business case of everything from Backup Care to on-site childcare.
Joining us to discuss the impact and ROI will be Oliver Black, Director of My Family Care. Lindsey Doe, Director Of Tinies, part of the My Family Care Group will also be on hand to provide an overview of the current childcare landscape and what employers need to know.
We'll also be joined by independent reward, benefits and client Insight professional, Jackie Buttery and Adam Brooke, Vice President, Benefits Consultant at Bank of America Merrill Lynch who’ll be sharing their approach and insights into supporting their working parents.
Steven Dornsife from PayPal's Global Learning & Development organization talks about how PayPal recognized the need for language training across the organization and shares success tips for implementation.
Workplace culture expert and enthusiast, Charlie Judy, creator of Workplace Genome, will give us some insights on how to envelop our performance management tools with a culture that drives real, tangible, and meaningful results.
Performance management tools and technologies are important. They heighten visibility to the value of providing regular and meaningful feedback, they instill accountability, and they keep us on track. And, most importantly, they demonstrate our commitment to developing our people. But if our culture - the words, actions, and behaviors our employees experiences every day - doesn't reinforce and clarify that commitment, then all bets are off. We cannot and will not get the most of these tools and technologies unless everything about our culture sings "performance management."
Charlie Judy built a successful career as an HR executive over 25 years with some of the world’s most prominent professional services firms like Deloitte, Navigant, and Baker Tilly. He has traversed the global economy while working and living in New Orleans, St. Louis, New York, Brussels, Belgium, Hyderabad, India, and Chicago. He’s a regular speaker, prolific writer, and well known future-of-work pundit who has resolved to re-humanize the workplace while disrupting the traditional paradigms of management to which we’ve fallen prey. Charlie is the Founder and CEO of WorkXO. Forward thinking leaders in growth-oriented organizations use the Workplace Genome®, their cloud-based culture management platform, to measure and analyze their organization's culture, to uncover the distinct priorities for heightening their success, and to guide their teams to meaningful action on them. Charlie is a graduate of Tulane University, a CPA, an SPHR, and a SHRM-SCP.
It seems like every day, a new company announces its plan to get rid of the performance review. Rightfully so—according to CEB, a company of 10,000 employees spends an average of 200 manager hours and $35 million annually on this process, which yields little to no return. But before you go and throw away your company’s review process, be prepared with what you will implement instead.
In order to create a high-performance culture, you will need a more holistic framework that is designed to allow employees to own their development, creating an impact on your company culture and bottom line. Incorporating the practices of continuous feedback and employee development resources are vital staples in creating a performance management process that will help engage and retain employees. In this webinar, Srinivas Krishnamurti, the CEO and co-founder of Zugata, a performance management software company, will walk through how to effectively establish these practices in your company culture.
You will learn:
-How to equip employees with actionable feedback that leads to continuous performance improvement
-How to increase adoption of continuous feedback and development practices amongst employees and management
-The role that HR and Managers play in employee-owned development and the right cadence for manager check-ins and feedback
-How real companies have successfully implemented an employee-centric performance model focused on continuous feedback and development
Everyone would agree that annual performance management tools and processes are broken and many are looking towards continuous performance management, but most of the time this does not address the real criteria of performance. We will explain the equation of performance, detail the main criteria and show how to fix employee performance management and boost engagement at the same time.
As well as reporting your gender pay gap figures by 31st March (public sector) or 5th April (businesses and charities), you have the option to provide a narrative with your calculations. This enables explanation for the reasons for your results, and give details about actions you are taking to reduce or eliminate the gender pay gap.
With the deadlines looming, we'll be providing commentary and insights to help you with your explanations and your contextual narrative. The way you tell the story behind your data will be key in effectively positioning your results, both within and outside your organisation. It will influence how your figures are interpreted by current and future employees, by investors and the public. And it will set your platform for practical and effective action to address the gap.
Host and HR professional James Marsh will be joined by a range of employers, commentators and experts including Jennifer Liston-Smith, Director, Head of Coaching and Consultancy of My Family Care and Lara Warburton, UK Diversity and Inclusion Manager at Rolls-Royce who will share insights on crafting a good narrative and planning effective onward action. Scott McKenzie, Joint Managing Director of Lansons, a strategic consultancy, specialising in corporate, media and political communications will provide a broader perspective. We're also delighted to be joined by Ed Bowyer, employment partner at leading law firm, Hogan Lovells to address the legal issues.
In this webinar we'll be sharing our experts’ experiences and opinions including key points to consider from a reputational and employer brand perspective through to niche areas such as the impact of flexible working as well as unequal parenting and caring responsibilities on ‘the gap’.
The experience shared will help you craft a true and impactful narrative for your organisation.
An engaging culture is a magnet for talent. So it’s important to create a culture people love. A place where ideas flow freely, progress comes naturally, and people wake up excited to come to work each morning to do something great. But what is culture? And where should your organization be focusing to ensure your culture becomes a magnet for talent? We have the answer. After assessing hundreds of corporate culture models, identifying thousands of focus areas professed to impact culture, talking in-person and surveying 10,000 employees around the globe, O.C. Tanner has developed a culture model built on six key elements.
Join this webinar and learn:
1. What are the 6 key elements of an engaging culture?
2. What are the differences and similarities across the globe?
3. How the 6 elements impact recruitment, engagement, retention, innovation, and great work?
4. Why is a strategic focus on culture essential to your success?
About the Presenter:
Gary brings 27 years of research, marketing, and business development experience to O.C. Tanner. He has consulted with numerous Fortune 100 companies to assess recognition cultures, develop strategic solutions, and measure results. Prior to joining O.C. Tanner, Gary managed many well-known brands for global organizations, including Frito-Lay, Kellogg’s and Franklin Covey. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Brigham Young University and a Master’s Degree in business from Northwestern University.
When attracting and recruiting top talent, what does your organisation focus on? Pay? Financial and health benefits such as health insurance and pension or is it something else? Advertising what else your organisation does to promote employee experience and happiness will undoubtedly make you stand out. Attracting and retaining top talents needs an approach that is round and includes more than just pay and benefits. This webinar will look at some of the latest trends around happiness and growth mindset in organisation and why these are the secrets to creating a talent pool of top people in your organisation.
Sie würden mit digitaler Belegarchivierung gerne Einsparpotenziale und Prozessoptimierungen realisieren, sind sich aber unsicher, was die gesetzlichen Voraussetzungen angeht? Hören Sie sich jetzt vom Experten, wie Steuerrecht und Digitalisierung zusammenpassen und wie Sie selbst von papierloser Abrechnung profitieren können.
In diesem 45-minütigen Webinar sind wir den grundlegenden Unterschieden der Cloud gegenüber einer On-Premise-Lösung im Geschäftsreisemanagement auf den Grund gegangen und haben gezeigt, wie Ihr Unternehmen mit einer SaaS-Lösung fit für die Zukunft ist..
Fürsorgepflicht: Jeder Zweite glaubt, dass Arbeitgeber im Krisenfall überfordert wäre. Mit Concur Locate kommen Sie Ihrer Fürsorgepflicht umfänglich nach. Werfen Sie jetzt einen Blick in das Tool, um zu erfahren, wie Sie sich ganz einfach um Ihre Reisenden kümmern können.
Hear from Marriott International, Amgen, and Rosetta Stone on how the corporate learning landscape has changed. Organizations are adapting the way they offer learning programs by using innovative technology strategies. Learn how to drive learners to your learning & development programs in this new environment.
Based on 20-years of experience conducting 360 degree feedback surveys around the world, we'll share the best methods for preparing, administering, and rolling out the results from your 360 degree feedback survey. We'll also identify the most common mistakes organizations make when conducting 360 degree feedback surveys and how to avoid them.
Learn the best practices for each step of the process:
-Choosing the right competencies and behaviors
-Choosing the right raters to provide feedback
-Keeping the process confidential
-Reporting on the results
-Coaching best practices
-Action planning on the results
Get HRCI and SHRM credit for attending this webinar.
In today’s complex workplace, employers are struggling to attract, retain, and engage talent with the skillsets required to meet their strategic objectives. At the same time, employees are looking for alternative work arrangements, flexible hours, more control over their time, and a consumer-like work experience. What do these new expectations mean for HR?
Accenture’s Margaret-Ann Cole will provide insight from her HR Transformation Practice, including employee expectations and HR’s role in meeting them. And we’ll discuss what a consumer experience at work means, HR’s impact on it, and helpful tools and technologies for applying it.
•Employee expectations and HR’s role in meeting them
•What a consumer experience at work means
•HR’s impact on consumer experience at work
•Helpful tools and technologies
•Margaret- Ann Cole, Managing Director, Talent & Organization Practice, Accenture
•Stacey Kervin, Market Development Manager, Kronos
Employee Engagement Pulse Surveys are critical to every employee engagement strategy. During this webinar, DecisionWise's President, Greg Zippi, along with David L. Mason, Director of I/O Psychology explore the benefits of using frequent pulse surveys as part of your employee listening strategy.
Topics for discussion
1. Defining the different types of employee surveys
2. Proper use of pulse surveys
3. How to avoid survey fatigue
4. How technology improvements allow you to have a pulse on your overall employee engagement
5. How scientific questions with a statistical process can increase clarity around pulse survey response
6. A short demonstration of the DecisionWise pulse survey tools
As President of DecisionWise, Greg Zippi is responsible for all client-facing aspects of the business including product development, marketing, sales and delivery. In addition, he oversees all strategic business development initiatives.
Dr. David Mason
David is an experienced Consultant and leads the I/O Psychology and Data Science learning and curriculum efforts at DecisionWise, and is responsible for the design of our training, facilitation, and workshops. He leads sessions throughout the world on employee engagement and workplace learning. Having completed a Ph.D. in Psychology at Columbia University, and undergraduate and graduate degrees in Psychology at Brigham Young University, Dr. Mason turns his understanding of adult learning and psychology into business concepts, working with numerous businesses and academic institutions. Prior to joining DecisionWise, David taught in the Department of Cognitive, Perceptual, and Brain Sciences at University College London. In addition to Dr. Mason’s strong presentation and facilitation skills, DecisionWise often taps into his extensive knowledge of statistics and research in developing and evaluating assessments.
DecisionWise will help you understand how to create an engaged workforce. This is the age of the employee, and the majority of organizations are failing to meet their employee's expectations, why?
The authors of the best selling book The Employee Experience will share best practices for improving the employee experience and creating engaged employees in your organization.
What you can expect to learn:
--What are the different contracts we make with our employees can lead to expectation misalignment.
--The difference between the Employee Experience and Employee Engagement
--Company maturity impacts your employee experience strategy.
--Market trends that may impact the employee experience
All attendees will receive a free book signed by the authors.
Dr. Tracy Maylett: Tracy's business, coaching, and consulting background extends over a period of two decades and across five continents.Tracy is the Chief Executive Officer of DecisionWise, and is responsible for guiding the overall strategy of DecisionWise, as well as leading large-scale change efforts for clients throughout the globe.
Matt Wride, JD:As DecisionWise’s Chief Operating Officer and executive consultant, Matt oversees the company’s operations, as well as its finance, legal, and administrative functions. He consults with executives around the globe on creating employee engagement at the organizational, team, and individual levels.
Ahead of our Q1 launch of Teamable’s Social Sourcing Platform we’re extending a special invitation to an early look at our new product and research. We’ve tapped into behavioral data from our existing partners and hundreds of hours of user interviews and testing to help optimize the process of sourcing high-quality, passive talent via social channels and your trusted networks.
Join us for a product preview where we’ll cover:
- Teamable’s perspective on the talent acquisition market
- Insights from 6 months of user research
- Sneak peek of our new product launching in Q1 of 2018
Attendees will also be able to schedule a customized walkthrough of Teamable's full platform ahead of our official launch.
Are you self-aware – and if you aren’t, does it matter? In this webcast we will show why self-awareness is important, discuss the benefits of being self-aware, and show how you could increase your self-awareness. Building on OPP’s latest research, we will help you to understand the facets of self-awareness and how these relate to MBTI personality type.
Right Management is bringing together our top talent and career experts in a fun and engaging webinar: Ask the Global Career Experts. Our consultants will share their top 2017 talent tips and trends, and answer your workforce questions.
Organizations that manage a shift-based (and hourly) workforce must contend with complex scheduling rules including labor laws and labor agreements. With more states and even cities supplementing US Labor laws, it can be difficult to keep up with all the changes. Many of these laws impact overtime pay, required break periods, and employee rights around a more predictable schedule–which can significantly increase your labor costs. By understanding labor laws, you can create better employee schedules, reduce overtime, and ensure compliance.
In this webinar, you will learn:
• What is driving changes to labor laws in states and cities across the US
• What are the key labor laws that affect employee scheduling
• How technology can help you automate and create better schedules
We will also provide some practical examples to help you understand the complexity of California, Washington, Seattle, and San Francisco labor laws. These same examples are often found in collective bargaining agreements (CBAs).
About the presenter:
Dorothy Pults recently completed a significant research project on US and International Labor Laws and GDPR compliance implications for scheduling shift-based (hourly) workforce. Dorothy has held leadership roles in engineering, product management and product marketing at fast growing companies including EMC, Limelight Networks and F5 Networks drive record customer growth and is recognized for her work aligning products to meet the unique needs of customers.
Nowadays it seems like all recruiters are measuring something, whether it’s cost-per-hire, time-to-hire, or their candidate-to-offer ratio. But are we measuring the right things and are we asking the right questions of our data?
To help us grapple with these ideas Aubrey Blanche, Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion at Atlassian will share her perspective on data-driven recruiting. Aubrey has spent her career driving diversity and inclusion efforts with data. In this webinar Aubrey will cover how data can be used in diversity and inclusion and recruiting at large:
Why you need data
How to think about data
What data you can collect and get access to
How to use data appropriately
The right way to measure recruiting
How to use data to prioritize your work
We know that every business is different and se we decided to make the second half of our presentation an office-hours session, so please come prepared with your questions!
United States HR teams are pulled in different directions every day. Staying on top of the human resources activities can be complex enough, and compliance must be managed in midst of all of it. There are 6 non-negotiable areas of compliance that have to be incorporated to your daily operations. You must embrace these, and be able to navigate the leadership team to embrace them as well. Lori will share effective method of securing the resources needed to move initiatives forward, you will be sure you leave the program with the tools you need to get it all done. You don’t have to figure it out on your own - join us and get a quick path for 2017 compliance now!
Employees are the backbone of every organization and managers know that. When the focus is on getting new customers, creating new revenue streams, making a profit and being innovation - who has time to make employees happy. Aren’t they here to do a job anyway? Well yes, but they still need to know they make a difference. In this program, we’ll look at how happy employees can support your corporate initiatives and actually give you time back. And, it can all happen with minimal effort and budget.
·Identify what your employees need from you
·Align employee appreciation with corporate strategy
·Set 3 goals to connect directly with your team
·Develop strategies to incorporate engagement into every day work
Join us live on Wednesday, March 7th at 10:00 am for a 45-minute FREE webinar& demo to discover how SAP Learning Hub gives unlimited access to all of SAP’s learning content and certification paths, as well as opportunities for collaboration, social learning and access to live systems in which to practice. SAP Education and the BELUX SAP User Group have collaborated to offer SAP customers a significant discount on an SAP Learning Hub subscription.
Caroline Kinsman is an experienced senior education architect who has worked within the field of SAP Education Solutions for over seventeen years. Responsible for designing and delivering successful education programmes for ERP system implementations at both national and multinational organisations. A qualified Chartered Accountant and fluent in three languages Caroline is able to bring her considerable wealth of business experience to a range of stakeholders and sponsors at many levels within an organisation. With twenty years of experience in project team training and consulting, she is able to engage on multiple levels from the strategic to the practical within a project environment. Caroline's experience covers a multitude of sectors including pharmaceutical, public sector, financial services, utilities, oil and gas, consumer goods and automotive. Specialties: A holistic education approach from cradle to grave; detailed knowledge of Project Team Training and SAP Learning Hub.
The impact of employee engagement on key business objectives is staggering. According to Gallup, highly engaged business units see:
•17% increase in productivity
•24% less employee turnover
• 41% reduction in absenteeism
While we know the facts, one of the biggest challenges for driving engagement across an organisation can be convincing the Board that employee engagement isn’t a luxury - it’s a necessity.
Join us for 1 hour on Wednesday 7th March at 11am for a valuable webinar on the best practice way to build and present your business case for employee engagement.
Leading the session will be James Marsh of HR Review; Denise Willett, Senior Director of Achievers EMEA; and Kerrie Maitland, HR Consultant, Life Coach and Managing Director of Positive Dimensions. They’ll be sharing strategy, techniques and ‘Been there, done that’ experience that you can apply to getting the executive buy-in you need.
Put the date in your calendar now – and we look forward to you joining us!
Organizational culture is a top leadership priority for organizations around the globe. As the system of values, beliefs, and behaviors that represent “the way things work around here,” culture is persistent in ways that individual leaders, strategies, and goals are not. Executives increasingly recognize that a proactive approach to culture is essential to both short term success and long term endurance – and they are looking to human resources to play an important role. Bersin’s* recent High-Impact HR research found that high performance organizations have HR teams that embrace their role as culture shapers, actively helping the organization to both preserve the best of what sets it apart and develop values such as trust, empowerment & experimentation, and inclusion.
In this webcast, we will:
-Summarize current research on organizational culture, including ways to define, monitor, and evaluate it
-Discuss HR’s role as shapers of culture
-Highlight the potential benefits of a proactive approach
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This publication contains general information only and Deloitte is not, by means of this publication, rendering accounting, business, financial, investment, legal, tax, or other professional advice or services. This publication is not a substitute for such professional advice or services, nor should it be used as a basis for any decision or action that may affect your business. Before making any decision or taking any action that may affect your business, you should consult a qualified professional advisor. Deloitte shall not be responsible for any loss sustained by any person who relies on this publication.
Leadership in human resources requires understanding of the strategic initiatives and the ability to align organizational talent with success. Planning for the future needs of human capital is a key component to success as a HR executive. In this action packed program, we will look at performance management through the lens of strategy and executive interactions. Attendees will walk about with an understanding of what to look for in a strategic plan, and how to craft performance discussions to ensure only those that are headed in the same direction as leadership are considered top talent. We will review a HR Topics proprietary tool that helps organizations evaluate who is really top talent, and what those individuals might need to move to the next level. Finally, we conclude with recommendations of how to incorporate changes to the performance conversation into the organization and impact a culture shift that will drive results.
·Identify the strategic goals and initiatives for your organization
·Understand the business metrics that drive success in each organization
·Review external opportunities that will create meaningful change for top talent
·Create communication tools that will impact C Suite engagement
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), due to come into force on 25th May 2018, will impose a host of new legislation governing the use and storage of personal data affecting organisations across Europe.
The new regulations include a substantial amount of additional reporting requirements, increased fines and penalties. However, all is not lost.
This webinar will discuss the key changes under the GDPR and will feature expert advice surrounding key considerations for HR teams, impact analysis and practical tips whilst outlining the potential upsides of GDPR compliance in HR.