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    • People and Performance – Measuring the Impact of Human Capital
      People and Performance – Measuring the Impact of Human Capital Angela Baron, Advisor, Employment Relations, CIPD Recorded: May 14 2009 12:00 pm UTC 38 mins
    • What gets measured matters! Notoriously difficult to measure the human contribution has often been neglected in organizational decision making. The result is that important strategies are agreed with little or no knowledge of whether the capacity is there to deliver. For a number of years now the CIPD has been working in the area of human capital looking at how organisations generate and use meaningful data to inform stakeholders of the contribution of people to business. Different stakeholders need different information. Managers need to know how to manage people to ensure their efforts are directed on the right thinks and that they are encouraged to share and develop both their personal skills and organsiational knowledge, external stakeholders want to know how the organization is going to meet their needs whether it be for excellent service, return on investment or continuous innovation. This session will look at the issue of human capital and how we can gain greater understanding of the value and contribution of people to inform multiple stakeholders with a view to maximizing performance.

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    • Human Trafficking Exposed:  Protecting Your Supply Chain with Data and Analytics
      Human Trafficking Exposed: Protecting Your Supply Chain with Data and Analytics Geoffrey Farrell, Global Leader - Supply Management Solutions at Dun & Bradstreet Recorded: Jun 30 2016 2:00 pm UTC 63 mins
    • Human Trafficking - What It Is, Why You’re Vulnerable To It, and How to Keep it Out of Your Supply Chain.

      No company wants its suppliers to use forced labour. Yet somehow 21 million people around the world are in modern slavery. How does this happen? And how can you make sure you’re not inadvertently supporting it?

      Join our webinar, where a panel of experts will explore the answers to the above, as well as other vital questions that companies of every size, shape and industry must consider.

      You will learn:
      1) If your company is among the thousands impacted by recent international regulations combatting human trafficking

      2) If your supply chain is operating in geographic hot spots for forced labour

      3) How to ensure that your data and analytics approach to supply management is sufficient in protecting your company from the risks of human trafficking

      Plus a live Q&A session with our panel, including:

      Mike McDonnell, Intel
      Sr. Manager Supply Chain Sustainability

      Phil Berry
      Former Director of Sustainability for Nike and Stora Enso

      Paul O. Hirose – Perkins Coie
      Co-Chair of Perkins Coie LLP’s Supply Chain Compliance & Corporate Social Responsibility practice group.

      Venus Rodriguez - Not For Sale
      Leader of Not For Sale’s Reinvent Program, aimed at giving a fresh start to survivors of human trafficking

      Geoffrey Farrell – Dun & Bradstreet
      Global Leader - Supply Management Solutions

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    • Transforming Human Capital Management & Training
      Transforming Human Capital Management & Training Office of Personnel Management Recorded: Mar 1 2016 3:00 pm UTC 61 mins
    • If more effective, less costly and less burdensome acquisition support for human capital and training initiatives will enhance your agency and program missions, you won’t want to miss this viewcast! Anne Rung, Administrator of OMB’s Office of Federal Procurement Policy and Joseph Kennedy, OPM’s Associate Director for HR Solutions will share emerging best practices for acquiring best-in-class, highest value acquisition support for human capital and training initiatives through Category Management.

      Rung and Kennedy will introduce you to Human Capital Category Management and tell you about its benefits during this one-hour viewcast event. Anyone with an interest in more effective, less costly and less burdensome acquisition support for human capital and training initiatives should plan to attend.

      Today, HC and training purchases and pricing are managed individually across thousands of procurement units. The new vision: Manage entire categories of purchases collaboratively, cohesively and in sync across agencies while maintaining mission focus. The result is a fundamental shift in how agencies can more efficiently reach their mission goals.
      Learn how OPM’s HR Solutions being named the federal government’s Category Manager for Human Capital and Training and its new, collaborative ventures with GSA will bolster your mission effectiveness and long-term workforce engagement at lower costs and levels of effort.

      They will share the basics of Category Management:

      •What it is and how it will alter the way you purchase human capital management and training products and services.
      •How Category Management will transform human capital management and training, so you can better meet your agency’s mission goals.
      •How the new Human Capital and Training Solutions (HCaTS) contract will change the acquisition landscape for those products and services.

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    • Investigating human trafficking in supply chains
      Investigating human trafficking in supply chains Richard Dailly, Kroll Managing Director Recorded: Jan 27 2016 4:30 pm UTC 52 mins
    • Identifying social compliance issues, particularly forced labor and human trafficking in supply chains, continues to be a significant problem for business, particularly when sourcing from opaque and non-transparent emerging markets. Civil society is playing a large part in increasing awareness and pressuring politicians to introduce and enforce legislation, and is gradually highlighting the issue as a problem which needs to be addressed both by governments and the business community.

      Kroll has been researching and working on this issue for a number of years and believes that businesses should be taking the issue as seriously as other forms of compliance.

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    • The 360 View of Family Leave: Organizational Support for Working Parents
      The 360 View of Family Leave: Organizational Support for Working Parents Jenna N. Filipkowski, PH.D.- Director of Research, Human Capital Institute Padraic McConville- EVP, Corporate Development at Recorded: Jul 28 2016 5:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • While some organizations remain unresponsive to the transitions in their employees’ lives, smart companies understand that proactively supporting employees through important life events is not just compassionate, it’s good business. More and more high-profile companies such as Google, Netflix, Adobe, and Microsoft are offering extended paid maternity and paternity leave as a talent attraction and retention tool. Having family-friendly benefits and policies is a start, but it is not enough. The most positive impact on organizational outcomes occurs when leaders foster a supportive work-life culture.

      In this signature research conducted in partnership between Kindercare Education and HCI, we explore how organizations are supporting working parents before, during, and after their leave for a birth or an adoption. Based on a research study of almost 300 U.S. organizations, you will learn:

      Benchmarks and future plans for family-friendly benefits and policies, including paid leave
      How effective these work-life offerings are at attracting talent and preventing turnover
      How HR functions can help working parents assimilate back into workforce regardless of the amount of leave taken

      All registrants will receive a copy of the research report.

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