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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.
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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.

When and How To Start a Rewards & Recognition Program
April 30, 4 p.m. ET / 1 p.m. PT
Sponsored by BambooHR
Learn what research and executives say about what role reward and recognition play in building a productive workforce. This webcast provides new ideas about how to build a reward and recognition program. Ben Peterson of BambooHR and Jason Corsello of CornerstoneOnDemand will look at issues like who to reward and recognize and when to do it; what actions should be rewarded; and how to get management on board.
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Manufacturing and Workflex: Solutions for the Production Floor
May 13, 12 noon / 9 a.m. PT
Manufacturers can support the work-life needs of production employees with workflex. That may seem counterintuitive, but there is more to implementing workflex than the common strategies of telework and flexible schedules. In this program, Kenneth Matos, co-author of Workflex and Manufacturing Guide: More Than a Dream, joined by Bernadette Scarola and Craig Porter, will discuss strategies and provide real-life examples from factory floors. The program will provide you with new ways of thinking about flexibility at manufacturing workplaces and how you can support your organization's and employees' goals.
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Sink or Swim: Keys to Helping Newly Promoted Managers Succeed
May 13, 2 p.m ET / 11 a.m. PT
Sponsored by BizLibrary
Newly promoted managers face long odds for success. Yet the high failure rates for newly promoted managers are more often organizational failures than the new managers' mistakes or shortcomings. What can HR and learning professionals do to improve the odds for success? In this program, Chris Osborn of BizLibrary discusses new strategies to learning and development, support, and socialization that will improve the chances that your managers will succeed in their new roles.
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Three Habits of Highly Productive Organizations
May 14, 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
Sponsored by Kronos
How do successful organizations improve employee productivity and reduce labor costs? Newly released research by Aberdeen Group reveals that successful organizations have certain habits in common. In this program, Kevin Prouty, Senior VP of Research at Aberdeen, and productivity consultant Ken Madley of Kronos will share the research results and discuss how organizations are reducing unplanned overtime by up to 33 percent, realizing as much as a 20 percent improvement in productivity metrics and achieving the flexibility to improve organizational processes. Learn how you can apply these habits to your organization and improve employee productivity and impact your bottom line.
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'We Don’t Do HR': How to Be A More People-Focused Organization
May 21, 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
Sponsored by Glint
Every smart company knows its people represent its most important asset. Engaging and inspiring them is the most important opportunity organizations have to compete and win. But by implementing "human resources" companies have used for years, many organizations today do their people a great disservice--and lose money in the process. In this webcast with Tony Levitan, head of People at Proteus Digital Health, discover why one of Silicon Valley’s most innovative organizations did away with HR in favor of a philosophy that stresses visibility, communication and people-first practices.
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8 Benefits Communication Hacks That Boost Employee Engagement
April 2015
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.
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How Less Stress Can Attract and Retain Talent
April 2015
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.
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SHRM Member Benefits
April 2015
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.
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What's the Big Deal with Big Data?
April 2015
Sponsored by Oracle
Harnessing the power of big data can have a universal impact on your organization's performance in terms of quality, marketing, customer retention and HR. How, then, can HR leaders use data to predict behaviors that impact attrition, engagement and strategic workforce planning? In this session, Oracle's Mike Bollinger will explore answers to these questions and discover the skills necessary to embrace the numbers that can no longer be ignored. You'll discover the many ways HR can use big data -- and five big mistakes to avoid.
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The Art of Recruitment Video: How to Get Started
April 2015
HR videos can be useful tools throughout the employee life cycle, from building brand awareness to onboarding and employee engagement. But many HR professionals fear creating video is an expensive and complicated process and often don't know where to begin. In this presentation, Barnaby Cook of Casual Films will review how companies effectively use video. Using recent examples from some of the world's leading brands, he will outline steps employers can take to create successful and effective video projects. The programs will include a look at the pros and cons of user-generated content, the use of video on social media and how to decide whether to create videos in-house or outside.
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The Pay Gap: Trends in Agency Enforcement
April 2015
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has launched a compensation collection pilot as it moves forward with plans to have employers report their pay data to the agency as part of the annual EEO-1 Survey. In addition, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) has made compensation a priority in its compliance evaluations of federal contractors and has set the stage for the Obama administration's enforcement efforts to close the pay gap. In this program, Kathleen K. Lundquist, Ph.D., from APTMetrics Inc. and David S. Fortney, Esq., and Leslie E. Silverman, Esq., from Fortney & Scott will discuss effective and proactive approaches organizations can take to address compensation issues. They will review the latest enforcement trends from the EEOC and the OFCCP to help you prepare for review from the labor and employment enforcement agencies.
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Engaging Employees in a New World of Work
March 2015  
Sponsored by GuideSpark
According to the 2015 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends survey, engagement is the top issue facing organizations in 2015. With the labor market getting tighter, the balance in the market is shifting towards the employee and a majority of employees are considering changing jobs in 2015. What can organizations do to address the engagement problem? How can employers simplify the workplace to engage employees and increase productivity? Josh Bersin, founder of Bersin by Deloitte, will offer insights into strategies employers will need to deploy in order to foster a strong culture and increase engagement in this challenging environment.  
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Strategies to Improve Workplace Safety and Reduce OSHA Exposure
March 2015
If OSHA has fallen off your radar screen, it is time to put it back on. Both the number and dollar amount of OSHA penalties have significantly increased in the past year. In this program, Ed Foulke, a partner at the law firm Fisher & Phillips and former head of OSHA, will discuss the new enforcement-focused OSHA and new special emphasis programs including the Severe Violators Enforcement Program. He'll also review the essential elements of OSHA compliance and an effective workplace safety and health program, with an eye to preparing for increased civil and criminal enforcement.
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A New Leaf: How HR Can Influence the C-Suite
March 2015
Sponsored by Cornerstone on Demand
For decades, HR professionals have made the argument that HR is an essential business partner that needs to be represented in C-level strategy and planning sessions. As business has evolved, HR has a greater chance that ever to be a business partner. That's not a fancy new title: In addition to mastery of the HR profession, it takes the right mix of experiences and knowledge, business acumen, and analytic and communication skills. In this webinar we explore how technology, data and social media are evolving HR and creating new opportunities for HR to establish a new role with executive leaders.
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Delivering Training to a Virtual Workforce
March 2015
Sponsored by BizLibrary
We've been hearing about flexible working arrangements and telecommuting for years and it's now a reality for most organizations. A dispersed and virtual workforce presents both benefits and challenges. As HR and learning professionals, what can we do to ensure that we're delivering consistent and effective learning and development to employees across the globe? In this program, Chris Osborn will discuss best practices for delivering employee training and learning to a dispersed workforce. You will also hear ideas for spreading the benefits of social and informal learning while using next-generation learning technology.
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Developing Women for Leadership Roles
March 2015
Sponsored by Graebel
While women are playing increasingly prominent roles in global businesses, the number of women in top leadership roles remains shockingly small. In this presentation, diversity author and consultant Dr. Shirley Davis will offer insight and results of recent research on how far women have come in achieving equality in the workforce, and how much further there is to travel. Additionally, she will offer strategies businesses can follow to help them become employers of choice for women, while boosting their organizations' commitment to innovation, engagement and inclusion by capitalizing on the power of women in the global workforce.
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Rethink Learning: Designing Initiatives with the Brain in Mind
March 2015
Sponsored by lynda.com
For many organizations, training and development programs fall short of their goals of growing talent and fostering innovation. A big reason is the methodology beneath many traditional learning programs, which is often out of step with how the human brain learns and retains new information. In this program, Dr. David Rock, director of the NeuroLeadership Institute, delves into the latest neuroscience research and industry data on organizational learning. He'll outline specific ways leaders can design learning initiatives so they are stronger and more conducive to a lasting, "brain-friendly" learning experience.
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Data-Driven Hiring: 6 Steps to Improve Your Results Today
March 2015
Sponsored by PAN
Big data may be a hot topic, but few organizations have access to such large stockpiles of information. There are still great ways to use the data you have at your fingertips today, however, to enhance the way you hire and avoid costly hiring mistakes. In this webcast, Erin Wood, a talent measurement consultant at Performance Assessment Network (PAN), discusses how you can construct a data-driven hiring program by learning six easy strategies for using data to improve your hiring results. Learn how to hone your recruiting efforts, choose the right assessment tools, evaluate candidates, monitor and adjust your process, measure return on investment, and utilize pre-hire data in post-hire development plans.
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Retaining Top Performers
March 17, 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT
Sponsored by Achievers
As companies move to quick, easily executed forms of recognition, they often lose sight of an important fact: Recognition has to be meaningful for it to have an effect. In this program, Leila Bulling Towne, executive leadership consultant and coach, describes how gamification and social media tools have created workplace recognition opportunities, but they're often inadequate when it comes to recognizing and engaging employees. The program provides insight into the recognition conversations and tools that are most effective and the investment (hard and soft) required to deliver them. It will also go over skills managers need in order to be able to identify opportunities for recognition and deliver recognition effectively.
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Prepare for the SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP Exam
March 2015
Learn how you can prepare for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP exam with the 2015 SHRM Learning System. Learning modules that reflect the SHRM Body of Competency and Knowledge -- combined with premier online study tools -- provide you with everything you need as you prepare for your certification exam. Note: This program does not qualify for recertification credit.
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Turn Employees into Masters of Their HDHPs
February 2015
Sponsored by ALEX
For many employees, making the move to HDHPs represents a major shift in the way they’ve thought about health insurance. Exchanging the comfortable world of $20 copays for health care consumerism can be a shock to the system, and if you’re not careful, fear and resentment can set in. Fortunately, there’s a secret weapon against employee confusion and fear: great communication. In this webinar, David Daskal, benefits communication expert for ALEX, will arm you with a complete framework and five communication tactics you can put into action today to start helping your employees understand and make the most of their HDHPs.
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Wellness: Miracle or Mirage?
February 2015
Sponsored by Healthentic
Does wellness really improve your workers' health and save your organization money? And, if the answers to these questions are "no" or "not enough," what are your choices? Can you really afford to get out of the wellness business? In this webcast, author and consultant Al Lewis will look at the myths and realities of wellness initiatives, as well as the future direction of wellness services. You'll learn strategies for measuring outcomes validly -- without having to pay an actuary. You'll also hear strategies to inoculate your wellness initiatives against legal action by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
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Beyond the Cap: Year-Round Processes for H-1Bs
February 2015
H-1B cap filing season opens April 1, but there are critical steps and strategic decisions for H-1Bs that have to be made all year for cap-subject and cap-exempt employers alike. Fewer than half of H-1B cases were selected in the lottery last year, and even more filings are expected this year. In this webcast, experienced immigration experts will guide you through the H-1B process, set expectations for the coming year and tell you what to do in case of an audit.
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Presenting Effectively When You're Not in the Room 
February 2015 
As they lead more webinars, video presentations and conference calls, HR professionals must develop new skills and strategies to captivate their team, clients and higher-ups when they're not meeting face to face. In this program, Brad Karsh of JB Training Solutions provides tips and techniques you can use to deliver effective presentations from remote locations. You'll learn ways to create energy and enthusiasm and take full advantage of new meeting technology. 
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OSHA on Full Throttle
February 2015
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is undergoing significant changes. In this webcast, Ed Foulke, a partner at Fisher & Phillips and former head of OSHA, will review actions by both the Obama administration and Congress that expand OSHA's role in the workplace and update the agency's standards. The program will also examine OSHA's enhanced enforcement strategy, as well as the agency's temporary-employee initiative, its safety and health regulatory agenda, and the future of OSHA's voluntary compliance program.
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Onboarding Milestones
January 2015
Sponsored by BambooHR
Many companies approach onboarding as something that stops when all paperwork is signed and the employee's first day is complete. Approaching new employees with this "sink or swim" attitude is a sure-fire way to ensure high employee turnover. In this program, Ben Peterson, CEO of BambooHR, discusses how employers can achieve better results by continuing onboarding -- in some form -- throughout an employee's tenure.   
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#HereWeGoAgain: Time to Re-think Performance Management
January 2015
Sponsored by Oracle
As HR professionals we have been working on re-designing performance management for years: from rating scales to calibration, from the connection to compensation to trying to show that performance management practices really do impact the bottom line in a positive way. But with all of our work, it seems like we are not making as much progress as we would have expected. Perhaps it is time to turn the page and begin with a new perspective. In this program, Pamela Stroko of Oracle will explore a new approach: employee-driven performance management, which will have a material impact on business performance, on-going feedback and coaching as a business practice.
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Everything You Need to Know About Employment in Canada
January 2015
The difference between the U.S. and Canadian employment environment can be daunting for companies looking to expand across the border. While some similarities exist, in this webcast Kathryn Benson, MIRHR, and Stacy Glass, CHRP, of HR Options, will highlight the best practices in Canadian HR to help U.S. and international companies transition smoothly into employing in Canada. Topics to be explored include compensation practices, leaves of absence, recruiting trends and alternative hiring options. This program qualifies for HR Certification Institute Global HR credit.
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Kill Your Performance Rankings
January 2015
Why do employees often not respond to numbers-based rankings and ratings? In this webcast, Dr. David Rock, director of the NeuroLeadership Institute, will examine the latest neuroscience research and case study data around performance rankings. You'll hear why rankings are so ineffective and discover research-driven ways organizations can manage performance better.
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Expert Guidance on Preparing for the SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP Exam
January 2015 
Learn how you can prepare for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP exam. In this program, you'll hear more about the SHRM Body of Competency and Knowledge (SHRM BoCK) and how to prepare for the exam in both online and traditional classroom settings. Note: This program does not qualify for recertification credit.  
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