Retention and Recruitment

Retention and Recruitment

With the region re-opening once again and a new normal being established, a new way of work is emerging as well. An astonishing 52% of people are looking for new jobs just this year and the war for talent is getting more fierce. What is it that we can do to not just attract incredible employees, but keep them too? How can we shift our story to appeal to a younger generation and what are the immediate steps we can take to improve our workplace culture and well-being?

Join HHBRTA this September as we learn from workplace expert Eric Termuende about all things people and culture. Over four weekly and complimentary sessions, Eric will not only share insights, trends and stories, he’ll work through exercises that you’ll be able to take away and use in your organization with no additional budget requirements.

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Upcoming Sessions: 

 

RECRUITING FOR TOMORROW’S GREATEST TEAMS: How to design and plant your flag

Date: September 23rd, 2021

Time: 10:00am - 11:00am

Session Details: With the light at the tunnel brighter than it has been in months and companies working hard to build and grow their teams, an astonishing 52% of people are interested in taking a new job this year. How is it that we can tell the right story to attract the right people and seamlessly bring them on to our teams? Yesterday’s best practices aren’t necessarily ‘best’ today and changes to the story we tell and how we attract incredible candidates must evolve.

In this engaging and thought-provoking session, hear from workplace and talent expert, Eric Termuende as he shares new research and insights to build incredible places to work today and into the future. From DEI (Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion) and unconscious bias to the recruitment process, these must-see insights will help you prepare for an exciting and unpredictable 2021. In this session, attendees will learn:

• What a ‘best’ culture means and how to tell a better story

• Video interview techniques that work

• How to build a strong virtual candidate experience

• Where culture lives and how to differentiate the job posting

• How to increase diversity at the top of the funnel

 

 

ATTRACTING THE NEXT GENERATION OF EMPLOYEES: telling a different story to boost success!

Date: September 30th, 2021

Time:10:00am - 11:00am

Session Details: Tik Tok & Snapchat & Facebook, oh my! Doesn’t it just seem like yesterday that we were rolling our eyes at our parents because of how out-of-touch they were? Today, it seems that every three months there is a new tool or technology that we are three years behind in learning how to use. How is it then, that we keep up and appeal to the next generation of employee?

In this workshop, learn and create new strategies to attract new talent to the workplace. From understanding the power of new social media to giving our employees the tools they need to be tomorrow’s best recruiters, we’ll learn that it isn’t just those that are in the social ‘know’ that attract the best talent; it is those that tell the best story on the right channels that come out ahead. You’ll learn:

• 2021 tools to boost talent attraction efforts

• The importance of social and community presence

• How to make your people tomorrow’s top recruiters

• How to tell a better brand story

• What the next generation of work is looking for from their job

Register in advance for this webinar here 

All sessions will be hosted via zoom for interested participants. If you are unable to attend virtually, each session will be recorded and you can reach out to angelica.smith@theheartofontario.com to access the recorded webinar until March 31st 2022. 

For details on more modules in the Building Back Better training and skills development series click here.


Recorded Sessions:

CREATING HEALTHY BOUNDARIES AND PSYCHOLOGICALLY SAFE WORKPLACES

Session Details: In today’s busy and distraction-filled world, human connection and mental health at work is suffering. We’re failing to give our full attention, are multitasking and missing opportunities to learn more about our people, and unable to balance work and life at a healthy level. The result is that less than half of employees are feeling that their opinions are understood and matter, and engagement and productivity are sliding. What can we do today to reverse the trends and boost health in the workplace?

During this workshop, attendees learned key shifts we can all make to connect better with our colleagues, manage our time more effectively, and build a deeper sense of trust across the team. 

Email Angelica.smith@theheartofontario.com to get a copy of this recorded session. 

Click Here for the Webinar Worksheet. 

 

HOW TO STRATEGICALLY BOOST YOUR EMPLOYEE EXPERIENCE

Session Details: The best companies in the world all know not only that an incredible employee experience is key to being a categorical leader, but that the models of yesterday don’t necessarily work as well today. With the world going virtual faster than perhaps any of us thought possible, there must be a new understanding of the employee experience and how to ensure that tomorrow’s culture is powered by the company as a whole and not just in leadership positions.

Hear from workplace expert Eric Termuende as he shares brand new insight and data regarding employee engagement and 2021 workplace culture data. Having partnered with Achiever’s Workplace Institute, you won’t want to miss this insight-packed webinar about how to build a thriving employee-powered culture. 

Email Angelica.smith@theheartofontario.com to get a copy of this recorded session. 

Click Here for the Webinar Worksheets. 

 


Speakers Bio: 

Eric Termuende is the co-founder of NoW of Work, author of bestselling book Rethink Work, and global keynote speaker. Having worked with companies around the world, he knows what it takes to build incredible teams tha t are resilient, innovative, and ready for the future of work.
 
A former World Economic Forum Global Shaper and recognized as one of the Top 100 Emerging Innovators under 34 by American Express, his ideas have been featured in Forbes, Thrive Global, The Huffington Post, The Globe and Mail, and many more.
 

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