With four generations of men and women in the workforce, we are in an unprecedented period in organizational life these days – one never experienced before. And with nearly 10,000 Baby Boomers reaching retirement age every day now, millions of people a year must determine what comes next for themselves while also transitioning their organizations to the next generation eagerly waiting to succeed them. The key to success in succession planning is not just identifying the CEO or other senior leader’s successor and then developing this next-generation leader though. While that is an important goal, there are more far-reaching talent management issues to consider. In this workshop, learn cutting-edge strategies to groom your NextGen leaders by integrating your corporate drivers with their career motivators.
With remote work becoming increasingly the norm it's now more than ever important to understand the hiring and management processes behind remote employees. Hiring is changing and the ability to not just find the best person in a particular area but the best person in any area will be a critical skill to learn in the near future. This course will take you through the basics of finding remote employees, the filtering process, what to look for in remote employees, the onboarding process and best practices when it comes to online team management and how they connect to your local counterparts.
Most organizations understand the value of driving employee engagement and measuring it on a regular basis. The problem arises when leaders fail to take action on the engagement results, or, when they do take action, it turns into an unwieldy action planning process that is not in synch with the business. When used in the correct way, employee engagement data can be a powerful business tool that drives the strategic priorities and values of the organization. In this webinar, we will discuss a paradigm shift in which engagement data is linked to strategic priorities and ROI metrics to provide leaders with critical business insight. Case study examples will be shared and participants will be given practical suggestions for effectively leveraging engagement data to accomplish strategic change within their own organizations.
To help prepare you for this webinar- we encourage you to learn more about our Employee Engagement Survey: http://newmeasures.com/surveys/individual/employee-engagement-survey.html
Mis-hires are expensive. They often have far reaching costs that extend way beyond, time, learning curve, opportunity cost, orientation and relationship building. Worse, when dealing with new talent hires, many organizations don’t really know how to match the job requirements to the worker's true skills.
This session looks at Talent acquisition from the perspective of “the best predictor of future performance is past performance.” It provides a way to approach sourcing and selecting through candidate evaluation that uncovers what a candidate will do as opposed to what he or she can do. This is a major predictor of success and job fit and is often overlooked in the hiring process.
Participants will leave with a basic understanding of pushing interviewing to the next level, a fresh look at job analysis and lots of information to think about implementing.
Research suggests that there are three primary areas where organizations could be getting more out of their talent selection processes. First, HR and managers may not know enough about what’s required for success in the target jobs. Second, they may have insufficient information about the candidates they are hiring into these roles. Third, they may be failing to fully leverage data collected during the hiring process to inform downstream processes such as onboarding, training, and development. The current session will investigate these three areas in detail using the latest research as well as examples that bring this research to life.
This brief 15 minute session is the introduction to the two day event. There will be an overview of the sessions and speakers for the event, but more importantly, it will give you an overview of the IHR certification program and the progress we’ve made within the Institute. You will learn about the opportunity to become certified within the Health & Safety Institute and the other HR verticals that are available for either yourself or your colleagues. There will also be an introduction of the Institute's Advisory Board. You will be given guidance on how to chat online with colleagues and access the virtual exhibit hall. You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions as it relates to the overall program, prior to its commencement. Even if you have attended one of our events in the past, we’d still encourage you to attend. If this is your first time attending an event, the introduction will provide you an overview of the certification program.
Contractor safety is a significant issue because contract and contingent workers are disproportionately likely to be injured or killed on the job. The financial and legal risks for employers are also considerable. OSHA/MSHA can issue dual citations, depending on the circumstances present, injuries can result in tort litigation unless the worker can be classified as a borrowed employee or the company can be deemed the statutory employer. Increasingly, individual managers are also sued under the torts of negligence training or supervision. This program will discuss OSHA/MSHA and tort theories of liability, the IRS classification system, new data on the safety of contingent workers, and workers' compensation issues. It will also discuss how to proactively prequalify contractors, and coordinate training and other program activities to improve overall workplace safety.
Do your employees report a sense of purpose at your organization? Do they trust senior management and have confidence that the organization is moving in the right direction? Does everyone -- from the CEO on down -- feel like they are contributing to the company’s success?
These are some of the hallmarks of a culture of engagement. Sadly, the majority of employees – over 60% - in the United States are under engaged or disengaged. This webinar will look at how organizations can address and boost engagement and how human resources can serve as the important catalyst in making this happen.
If you love learning what makes human beings tick and how to optimize human potential and want to explore applications in HR, you will not want to miss this presentation. HR professionals are eager to learn and use advancements in science to evolve performance and wellbeing.
• Learn why so little higher brain potential is used and how this can be reversed.
• See an unusual and amazing demonstration of a breakthrough neuroscience method that energizes higher brain potential and releases lifelong stress.
• Learn how positive change can at long last become sustainable.
• Gain insight into how this leads to living authentically.
If you've ever asked the question, Why Should I Get Certified? This Webcast will provide you with the answers you need to make the best decision.Certification gives you the chance to advance above the competition by proving that you are staying in touch with current issues and the constant changes in the industry. HR.com is the ONLY PLACE where you can earn IHR (Institute for Human Resources), HRCI and WorldatWork (benefits and compensation webcasts only) credits all at the same time.
We will review:
- The Importance of Certification
- Earning HRCI Recertification Credits (PHR, SPHR, GPHR)
- Earning WorldatWork Recertification Credits
- Picking the right IHR Program (Expert Certification & Certificate Program)
- Searching for Webcasts
- How to use your "My Certification" profile
- Registration and Exam Process
If you are in the process of completing your HRCI recertification this webcast will show you how to utilize HR.com to get the credits you need on your schedule. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session and onsite demonstration.
**This webcast is not approved for Certification Credits**