Wed, Nov 07 | Partners in Care

November 2018 HRACO Meeting

DRIVE BUSINESS SUCCESS WITH "WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY" Learn how to drive business success by harnessing the power of "workflex" to manage changes and support organizational goals and strategy.
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November 2018 HRACO  Meeting

Time & Location

Nov 07, 2018, 7:30 AM
Partners in Care, 2075 NE Wyatt Ct, Bend, OR 97701

About The Event

DRIVE BUSINESS SUCCESS WITH "WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY"

Demographic and technological transformations are the new workplace reality, forcing HR and organizations to re-imagine how work gets done to ensure business competitiveness. Learn how you can drive business success by harnessing the power of workplace flexibility (“workflex”) to manage these workforce changes and support your organizational goals and strategy. Explore how workflex can add value to the bottom line at your organization by improving retention and employee health and well-being, reducing absenteeism and real estate costs, and increasing productivity with better engagement and a solid business continuity strategy. This session will also help you make a strong business case for the value of workflex to your leadership team, using strategic workforce planning data and performance metrics, and by benchmarking your work-life offerings and leveraging other resources available under the SHRM-Families and Work Institute partnership.

SPEAKER: Dianna Gould, SHRM-SCP, CAE

Dianna Gould has been an HR professional for more than 20 years. She is currently the Pacific West Field Services Director for SHRM.

Prior to joining SHRM, she had experience as an HR professional working for start-up firms to Fortune 500 companies. She has worked in the high tech, international export, manufacturing, and service industry. Dianna served as the President of the SHRM Portland Human Resource Management Association and also served as the Director for the SHRM Oregon State Council. She has obtained her SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) designation and is also certified as a CAE (Certified Association Executive). Continuous learning and professional development have been the cornerstone of her career.

On a personal note, she loves watching college football and basketball (especially March Madness) and believe it or not enjoys watching the golf channel.

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