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Upcoming Events

    • 21 Oct 2021
    • 16 Jun 2022
    • 7 sessions
    • 5
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    Program Meeting sponsors have the opportunity to promote their business or services while addressing our chapter’s membership.  The benefits of being a meeting sponsor include the following.

    • Promotion of the sponsorship prior to the meeting through the following:

                 Emails to membership of 100+ members

                 Newsletter

                 Social Media (LinkedIn and Facebook) 100+ followers

                 PowerPoint during the meeting

    • An introduction of the sponsor to the group at the beginning of the meeting.
    • Five to ten-minute (maximum) presentation to the group about your business or services.
    • You may distribute promotional literature to each attendee.
    • Sponsor identification on our local chapter web site.

                  We will include the link to the sponsor's website as well as their logo.

    Virtual Meetings are held from 8:00-9:30 am. We ask that presenters login at 7:45 am to prepare for the meeting start and to send any specific marketing materials to your HRAGC Marketing liaison.

    Additionally, if you provide a small door prize (example: book, gift card, promotional items, etc.) you will be able to keep all the contact information for the people who enter the raffle.

    If you are interested in sponsorship and prefer to pay via invoice, please contact marketing@hragc.org.

    • 16 Dec 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM (EST)
    • GoToWebinar
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    The presenter will explore the challenges of maintaining good employee relations in the hybrid environment from the context of change. COVID-19 has forced organizations to rethink the work environment and adapt to a more hybrid structure. This change not only impacts the organization as a whole, but just as importantly, it has had major impact on the individual employees. The focus of this presentation will be on how an individual can take control of his/her situation while at the same time have the capacity to accommodate the fluid work conditions and relationships.

    The COVID experience has shown us we don’t really know what could be next. Clarity, flexibility, and resilience are skill sets for dealing with what is next. Mr. Stabler will discuss the import of considering multiple options for reengaging employees. One size does not fit all, and being able to be creative, innovative, and willing to blend custom options will realize enhanced employee relations. He will discuss examples of how implementing these techniques helps retain employees and prevents them from looking elsewhere. Further exploration will be conducted with the discussion participants.

    OUTCOMES

    Participants will  

    • Increase their understanding of the diverse and complex challenges individual employees are trying to balance to stay employed in your organization
    • Enhance their awareness of alternative practices that result in employee retention
    • Identify strategies to be integrated in support of the hybrid environment.

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

     PRESENTERS:

    Lea Stabler

    Career Satisfaction Coach & Owner of Pathways Navigation

    SPONSOR:


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