To become the best in the industry, it is essential to employ the best people. But how do employers build a staff that is ready and able to take an organization to its next level? Inspired by the best-selling book, this inspiring keynote focuses on how to attract talented employees to the workplace, empower them, and sustain an environment in which they are more likely to stay.
Topics covered include:
• The bottom line benefits of employee engagement
• Creating an environment of shared ownership for engagement
• The Top 10 Engagement Drivers
• Recruiting: the foundation for a magnetic culture
• Overcoming demagnetizers: compensation and other challenges for managers
• The importance of embracing diversity & inclusion
• Engagement trends & best practices
Drawing on years of research and real-world examples from his consulting experience, especially in healthcare, Kevin Sheridan gives you the strategies and tactics you need to transform your organization by creating and maintaining a Magnetic Culture.
Dr Tim Baker's new book - "Attracting and retaining Talent: Becoming and Employer of Choice" identified eight values that all employers of choice adhere to. These eight values are:
• flexible deployment,
• customer focus,
• performance focus,
• project-based work,
• human spirit and work,
• learning and development, and
• open information.
This presentation looks at the changing employment relationship and how that is the critical linchpin for creating an organizational culture that supports an employer of choice. Becoming an employer of choice is much more than a marketing slogan; it is fundamentally about creating a new culture that serves the changing needs and interests of employee and employer.
Epicor HCM provides HR professionals with easy-to-use Web-based functionality that meets core HR needs and automates a broad range of processes. Envision a work life where you’re free to manage talent instead of data—and drive profitability instead of process. Epicor HCM makes the vision a reality.
Learn how Epicor HCM can empower you to:
• Track, manage and analyze employee information throughout the entire employee lifecycle
• Increase visibility for the HR department and its impact on business strategy
• Focus on improving employee performance to increase the company’s ROI
This demo webcast is hosted by HR.com, however it is the Sponsors’ discretion (not HR.com) to deny/refuse attendance to any participant/competitor, as they see fit. HR.com is not responsible in any way for the sponsor’s decision.
Flexible Working brings many benefits to an organization including better retention rates, reduced costs and improved productivity. According to a survey by the American Psychological Association (APA), the top reasons working Americans say they stay with their current employers are work-life fit and enjoying what they do, Fewer employees cited concrete reasons for remaining on the job, such as benefits, pay and a lack of other job opportunities. However, some organizations are still quite wary about introducing flexible working options. In this webcast, we examine the pros and cons of introducing flexible working. We tell it straight, based on 20 years’ experience in this area, so that you can make an informed decision on whether or not it is right for your department or organization.
The purpose of this webinar would be to provide you, prior to the arrival of our friends from Washington, with more than adequate proactive protection from the possibilities of an audit not being concluded in your favor.
The safeguards offered would practically insure that you (and your Company and your Company’s qualified retirement plan will survive….intact….any audit you may undergo.
We will review, in specific detail, where this information regarding your plan, ranging from your plan’s Investment policy Statement (IPS) to the prompt processing of participant deferrals and from your Form 5500 data to meeting notes from your Investment Committee should be retained (and in what format).
This proactive protection will be provided to you from three different perspectives from three different professionals who have experience (and who have experienced) what we are trying to help you prepare for, proactively.
This session will assist HR professionals navigate the world of mergers and acquisitions as they relate specifically to benefit plans and qualified retirement plans. This session will discuss timing issues, potential issues that can cause delays in closing, how to deal with those potential issues, and how to handle employee relations issues as they arise. For benefit plans, these issues may come from cafeteria plans and how FSA accounts should be/can be handled, COBRA responsibilities, and MEWA issues. For qualified retirement plans, there are notice and timing rules that must be followed as well as qualification issues that may be discovered during the due diligence process. This session is for every HR professional who handles the administration of their company benefit plans and qualified plans.
In this program, Tammy McCutchen, a former Administrator of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, will discuss common reward programs for non-exempt employees and how they impact overtime pay. Often, when considering the cost of incentive pay, employers fail to consider the related cost of the increased overtime pay. For example, a non-exempt employee who worked 150 regular hours and 25 overtime hours during a month in which he received a $200 production bonus is also owed an additional $14.29 in overtime. Although this seems a modest amount by itself, over time and for many employees, the overtime costs quickly mount up – as does the risk of class action litigation if the employer fails to pay this overtime.
In addition to providing training on how to calculate additional overtime due on bonuses, incentive pay, prizes and awards, Tammy will also cover reward programs that do not require the employer to calculate and pay additional overtime to non-exempt employees.
Mergers and Acquisitions as well as large lending transactions raise a host of employee benefits issues, many of which can be avoided with proactive attention. Recent case law developments (such as the Sun Capital Partners case) underscore the importance of spotting and handling potential employee benefits issues well before the “deal” is about to close. This panel will walk attendees through the top employee benefits issues that commonly arise in an M&A transaction (including 401(k) and other qualified plans, health and welfare plans and executive compensation plans) and give practical tips for handling these issues on a proactive basis, starting with due diligence and continuing through and after the deal has closed.
One of the many items on the agenda of the Department of Labor when they appear on your doorstep will be review of the Investment Committee that governs the workings of your company’s qualified retirement plan.
This webinar will provide you with yet another positive and proactive path you can follow to be prepared in the event the Department of Labor pays you a visit.
This webinar will provide you, from two different perspectives….from experienced legal counsel and from an experienced investment
representative….as to the necessity of creating and operating an Investment Committee for your company’s qualified retirement plan.
You will also learn the specifications of the Charter for your Investment Committee which will allow the Committee and its members to perform their mission in accordance with the (seemingly) ever changing rules and regulations governing fiduciary responsibility.
The Great Recession has made a huge reduction in the nation’s ability and confidence to save for retirement. Pension Plans, 401(k)s, and IRAs have lost hundreds of millions of dollars. Many wonder: Will my money be there when I need it? Will I outlive my money? Should my spouse or I become sick or disabled will I be able to cover the bills? In just 60 minutes you will learn what steps you can take to prevent these challenges from ruining your financial life and retirement.
Kris Miller, who has over 20 years experience in financial planning, is certified in all aspects of Retirement/Estate planning and living trusts (chFEBS, LDA, CSA). She has counseled thousands of families, individuals and businesses, in retirement and estate planning. Kris will provide you expert advice in keeping your money safe so that you have money in the later part of your life to pay for retirement, hospital bills, and unexpected expenses (based on her #1 selling book “Ready for PREtirement”).