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Building a Great Workplace - A Special Focus on Social Organizations
If you’re not actively creating an environment tailored to your employees, you’re missing an opportunity to attract and retain top talent for your company. The talent market is saturated with organizations with competitive compensation doing great things for the world - what sets your organization apart?

This seminar will highlight key actions you can take at every stage of an employee lifecycle (Attract & Recruit, Retain & Engage, Prepare for Exit) to build a great place to work for every employee at your organization.

*These links are for the Advance Preparation recommended reading for this seminar:
1. New Year, New Rules-3 Ways to Keep Your Millennials in 2017
2. Key Points to Nailing Employee Recognition
3. How to Use Pre-boarding to Boost Employee Engagement and Retention
4. The Hiring Post
5. Can We Salvage the Interview Process
6. The Anatomy of An Amazing Start-up Culture
7. OK Engaging the Nonprofit Workforce Report
8. Employee Engagement Drivers Growth
9. Planning Succession

Raffa Managed HR
Neil Shah, Raffa
Marcy Humphrey, Raffa
9/25/2018 9:00 AM EST
9/25/2018 11:00 AM EST
Raffa - 1899 L Street, NW, Suite 850, Washington, DC 20036
Breakfast
Specialized Knowledge
2
Group-Live
1. Understand why employee engagement is critical to your success as an organization. 2. Change your actions for each stage of employment to maximize your employees’ contribution. 3. Evaluate your current workplace to see shortfalls and successes in your employee engagement programs. 4. Understand why employees choose to stay at organizations. 5. Craft your employee engagement program to fit your employees - understand how to tailor your program so it is not one-size-fits-all. 6. Create an action plan to improve your workplace and make it the best it can be.
Intermediate
None.
Please see links to the recommended reading in the description above.
No
​"The speaker was able to impart the technical topic in an easily understood manner for those non-tech people attending. He responded to questions well, and helped people understand both the issues and solutions."

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