Recent Webinars

The Candidate Experience: Creating a Better Experience for Job Applicants


Date: August 25, 2015

Time: 2:30 p.m. ET


As the economy continues to improve and voluntary turnover inevitably increases, the way most employers find employees-and, more importantly, the way many employees find employers-has changed to reflect the transparent world we live in, resulting in a more candidate-driven labor market. Employers of all sizes are responding by assessing their employment brands and, in many cases, embarking on a journey to reinvent themselves and strengthen their ability to attract and retain top talent. But why is it so hard for some employers to keep potential candidates interested, on their "hook," so to speak? 

While there are no simple answers, many employers have begun focusing heavily on fostering better candidate experiences. From early talent attraction through the completion of onboarding activities, employers should consider the needs and desires of the talent they seek, especially those organizations whose candidates are also potential consumers. During this webinar, Robin Erickson will examine the potential value of the candidate experience as it relates to your organization's total talent strategy and explore ways that organizations can drive programmatic efficiency throughout the entire process. 

Topics covered will include: 

• Components of an effective candidate experience strategy; 

• Ways to differentiate your approach to engaging various candidate audiences; 

• Opportunities to leverage business leaders for each step of the candidate journey; and 

• Lessons from the front line of organizations that are optimizing efforts. 

About the Presenter: Robin Erickson, Ph.D., directs Bersin by Deloitte's talent acquisition research practice, where she applies her expertise and experience to her consulting work on talent and human capital. She led Deloitte's global Talent 2020 longitudinal survey series and has authored several Deloitte publications, including The Talent Paradox and Where Did Our Employees Go? With more than 19 years in consulting, Robin has broad experience in talent strategy, retention improvement, workforce planning, organization design, mass career customization, diversity and inclusion, leadership alignment, change management, culture assessment, workforce transition, project management and facilitation. 

Space is limited, so register today!

Taking Your Diversity and Inclusion Strategy to the Next Level Through Benchmarks, Measurement and Analytics


Date: July 30, 2015

Time: 2:30 p.m. ET


Most organizations understand the value and business necessity of building a diverse workforce-one that's able to achieve the results needed to win in today's highly diverse global marketplace. Yet despite this realization, many employers continue to fall short when it comes to making it a reality. 

The fact is, diversity is more than just "the right thing to do"-it's a business imperative! If companies are ultimately going to successfully grow their businesses and improve their bottom lines, they're not only going to need to make diversity a part of their organizational DNA, but will also need to more effectively measure the impact of their initiatives and provide meaningful, actionable data to their organization's leadership. 

In this webinar, David Tulin and Dr. Ed Hubbard, two of the foremost experts in diversity best practices and analytics, will share a blueprint for building a world-class diversity strategy-and the part measurement and analytics can play in achieving a business ROI. Among other things, participants will learn best practices for crafting effective programs and policies, the metrics leaders care most about and effective ways to report relevant data to them. 

Following the event, attendees will also receive two takeaways: a copy of the soon-to-be released Global Diversity & Inclusion Benchmarks ® publication and Dr. Hubbard's Diversity ROI (DROI ®) Take-Away Measurement Tools. 

About the Presenters: 

David Tulin is president of Tulin DiversiTeam Associates, an interracial, intergender team founded in 1987 that specializes in formulating and implementing effective diversity and inclusion strategies for corporations, universities and nonprofits. Its clients include Comcast, US Airways, Sony Electronics, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Aetna, just to name a few. Tulin's articles and ideas have appeared in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The LA Times, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Magazine, Human Resource Executive ® and 

Dr. Edward E. Hubbard is president and CEO of Hubbard & Hubbard Inc., an international organization and human performance-consulting corporation founded in 1985 that works with Fortune 500 companies globally and specializes in techniques for applied business performance improvement, Diversity Return on Investment (DROI ®) measurement and analytics, instructional design and strategic organizational development. Hubbard has written over 40 business books and is credited with creating the diversity ROI and diversity measurement fields. Please join us in what is sure to be an informative event. 

Space is limited, so register today!


Controlling Healthcare Costs: How the Best Performing Employers Succeed in Improving Engagement to Impact Outcomes

Date: June 24, 2015

Time: 2:30 p.m. ET


Healthcare trends that escalate year over year make it essential that you get the most value from your employee healthcare program. During 2015, employers will continue to work to manage costs, respond to the Affordable Care Act, improve healthcare quality, and increase employee engagement in their own personal health. 

However, those companies that are most successful at controlling healthcare costs take a more holistic and assertive stance in using emerging innovations to improve results than others. These "best performers" are focusing on benefit design, population health and helping employees become better healthcare consumers, all while moving away from paying fee-for-service in order to hold providers accountable. 

A key goal is met when the right person gets the right care at the right place at the right time. In this webinar, Shari Davidson, vice president of health care cost and delivery at the National Business Group on Health ®, who has more than 25 years of experience in large employer healthcare management, will share successful strategies for engaging employees to impact quality and cost. 

You will hear about best practice tactics for: 

• Employee cost-sharing designs and consumer-directed health plans (CDHPs); 

• Implementing resources such as second opinion programs, navigators/advocates, transparency tools and telemedicine; 

• Network optimization and value-based contracting; 

• Chronic condition management, risk factor reduction and care-gap improvement; and 

•Specialty pharmacy cost management and more. 

Please join us for what is sure to be an informative event. 

Space is limited, so register today!


Crisis Communications: Crafting an Effective Strategy for Turbulent Times

Date: June 9, 2015

Time: 2:30 p.m. ET


It's hard to predict when a crisis is going to hit your organization, but you can be pretty certain that day is going to come. And when it does, will you and your team be prepared?

As some companies have learned the hard way, crises can take a costly toll on the workforce and employee-engagement levels. In the most extreme cases, the impact could take years to recover from.

In this webinar, the presenters-a leading communication counselor and a senior HR executive with years of experience addressing organizational crises-will share their communication strategies for successfully navigating crises when they eventually do arise.

Merrie Spaeth, founder and president of Spaeth Communications, will cover why an enterprise-wide model and philosophy of communication can help HR leaders manage both the internal and external challenges associated with any crisis or reputation-threatening event.

Ivan Thompson, senior vice president of HR at Just Energy (the nation's second largest retail energy seller) and a former senior HR executive for Dr Pepper Snapple Group and other large enterprises, will share the lessons he's learned as he's addressed a broad range of crises and challenging situations, ranging from labor disputes, major staffing reductions and workplace accidents to executive turmoil and serious allegations from key regulators, just to name a few. He will also outline what to do (and not do!) from the perspective of internal HR/communication.

Please join us in what is sure to be an informative event.

Space is limited, so register today!

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