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Member Appreciation; Industry and Workplace Trends – What’s in store for 2022

  • 20 Jan 2022
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EST)
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  • MAHRA, SHRA, GNHRA, RVHRA, GMSHRMA, or GMVSHRMA Chapter Member

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Being mindful of the external environment is integral to success of any organization. When HR professionals are able to help identify what trends to be watching to senior leadership that could have significance to the organization’s sustainability, innovation, and competitive advantage, it underscores the strategic value of that HR professional. The HR professional is able to develop metrics for assessing the potential opportunities or risks and provide information to senior leadership for enhanced, informed decision making.

While celebrating our members, HRAGC will be providing high level, strategic insight on the seven key areas: Health Insurance, Employee & Labor Relations, Technology Integration – Virtual/Hybrid and Traditional work environments, Nonprofit Public Sector, Training & Development, Workforce Management, and Allyship. Seven Subject Matter Experts will present the top one to two trends in their area of expertise of what HR professionals should be monitoring and why it has significance to their organization. The group will engage in discussion regarding changes to monitor, potential organizational indicators and how COVID-19 context has impacted the approaches.

Essentially, COVID has put the brakes on several of these initiatives while heightening others. As we continue to adapt to new protocols how will these functions look moving forward and what challenges and opportunities will arise in 2022?

 OUTCOMES

In this session the participants will be exposed to trends in the workplace that every HR professional should be aware of and be monitoring. Participants will gain

  • A greater ability in recognizing the import of collaboration and coordination in leading and managing change initiatives
  • Insight in appreciating the import of staying current in the HR profession and be aware of what trends have implications for your organization so that you can provide potential strategies to address any related issues.
  • Heightened understanding that going back to the pre-COVID work environment is not necessarily feasible and the implications that has on organizational infrastructure
  • Enhanced understanding of social trends/social issues and their impact on organizations

CREDITS
This webinar is approved for 2 SHRM PDCs and 2 HRCI Business credits. 

 PRESENTERS:

Grant Wege, Senior Sales Executive

Beth Deragon, Esq, Employment Law Attorney

Timothy Grotheer, CEH, Software Development Manager

Sara Lewko, SHRM-CP, PHR, Human Resources Director

Elena Preston, SHRM-SCP, AVP – Human Resources

Rhoda McVeigh, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, HR Consultant & Regional Director

Dr. Maria Manus Painchaud, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, Management Consultant

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Concord, NH 03302-0261

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