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Workplace Flexibility 
 

When Work Works Update 
9/21/2012   
SHRM's Lisa Horn (center) with members of the Raleigh-Wake Human Resources Association last month.  
 

The surveys have been scored, the numbers crunched and the results are in.  SHRM and the Families and Work Institute (FWI) congratulate the 351 unique worksites named winners of the 2012 Sloan Award for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness and Flexibility!  Click HERE to see the list of 2012 winners.

Over the next several months, these best practice organizations will be recognized by When Work Works community partners, SHRM, and FWI.  In addition, 2012 Sloan winners will be featured in the latest edition of the Guide to Bold New Ideas for Making Work Work which will be released in October.

In Other News . . .

SHRM and FWI are on track to roll-out the When Work Works initiative in all 15 targets states in 2012.  Upcoming programs include:

2012 Workflex Conference:  Re-Imagining the Workplace

Workforce effectiveness and workplace flexibility are key strategies that enhance businesses’ competitive advantage, increase productive and engagement of employees, provide bottom-line business results and improve the lives of workers.  SHRM and the Families and Work Institute (FWI), have partnered to provide an unprecedented, innovative conference that will give you with the tools, resources, ideas and inspiration you need to implement your own successful workflex program.   The 2012 Workflex Conference: Re-Imagining the Workplace will offer solutions for HR professionals and other business leaders who are seeking sustainable, proven strategies for creating effective and flexible workplace strategies.  To learn more or register for this conference, click HERE.

SHRM Partners with DOL's Women’s Bureau on Workplace Flexibility

Next week, SHRM is teaming up with the Women’s Bureau of the U.S. Department of Labor, Region IV, to deliver “When Work Works, It’s a Win-Win!” This free webinar on workplace flexibility has been approved for 1.0 hours of strategic credit from the Human Resource Certification Institute. To learn more about this September 26th webinar or to register, please click HERE.

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