SHRM Webcasts

Upcoming SHRM Webcasts


Some past SHRM Webcasts:

8 Benefits Communication Hacks That Boost Employee Engagement
April 21, 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT
Sponsored by Alex

 The days of the low-strategy, low-impact benefits communication plan are over. HR professionals can no longer approach benefits communication as a chore that must get done as quickly as possible. Strong benefits communication strategies drive employee engagement levels through the roof. In this lively program, Tim Sackett of HRU Technical Resources will discuss how smart, strategic benefits communication can have more of an impact than company picnics and spiffy logo polo shirts. Which means ... the benefits team just got elevated to strategic employee engagement driver number one.

How Less Stress Can Attract and Retain Talent
April 21, 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT

 Stress has been cited in numerous studies as a key reason why employees have looked for new jobs and even turned down promotions. In this webcast, author and corporate wellness expert Kirsi Paalanen will describe how she helped her client reduce work stress through a wellness program that led it to win a best place to work award. Get tips on how a stress reduction program can improve morale and boost your efforts to retain key employees. 


SHRM Member Benefits
April 22, 2:30 p.m. ET / 11:30 a.m. PT

 A program with new SHRM members in mind: Get the most out of your member benefits. Attend this webcast summarizing the many services available to SHRM members. SHRM's vice president of membership Elissa O'Brien will lead this program, designed to help you get the most out of the investment that your SHRM membership represents. Note: This webcast does not qualify for recertification credit. 


HR's Crystal Ball: The Value of Predictive Analytics
April 29, 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
Sponsored by Graebel

 Analysis of workplace metrics can help you understand what has already happened. Predictive analytics (with the same data) can give you a basis for forecasting what will happen. Making decisions about investing in training, hiring, promotions and transfers can be based on analysis, not just assumptions -- a critical step for true business success. In this program, Dr. Scott Mondore, a managing partner at Strategic Management Decisions and author of Investing in What Matters, will discuss what predictive analytics can and can't do -- and outline simple steps you can take to integrate predictive analytics into your workplace planning. 


i-Engage: Employees' Role in Engagement
April 30, 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
Sponsored by Ceridian

 Engagement is often seen as a top-down process driven by organizational management. Employees often expect the company to do things to engage employees, and employers hope their managers lead in a way that creates a culture of engagement. While it's true that employee engagement starts at the top, engagement is truly dependent on individual accountability. In this session, consultant Bob Kelleher, author of Employee Engagement for Dummies and other books, will discuss why so many of your employees aren't engaged and how to give your workers the insight they need to understand what drives them. 


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