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Today's charitable nonprofits wage a tough battle to attract and retain the best talent in a competitive marketplace while holding a line on expenses, relieving HR workloads and bulletproofing compliance. Join us for this engaging discussion where we'll: Learn innovative approaches to today's recruitment and talent challenges Hear insights into the wants and needs of an increasingly diverse workforce and how to provide the lifestyle and financial protections they expect Examine trends in benefits programs to attract and retain top talent Discover strategies to increase employee engagement, streamline HR and ensure compliance Discuss with peers the movement to total rewards strategies, including practical steps and best practices for implementing in your nonprofit Our speakers will lead this discussion that'll transform your approach to recruitment and talent management. You'll leave with next steps you can take to embrace new talent and reward strategies! PEER DISCUSSION FOR NONPROFIT LEADERSTailored for executive, operations, finance and HR leaders in mid to larger nonprofits MEET OUR SPEAKERS Ann Shipman is Executive Director, Human Resources, at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum where she heads HR strategy, including recruitment, talent development, compensation planning, coaching and executive assessment. Ann has a 20-year track record of driving organizational growth and employee development in HR leadership roles at global NGO Counterpart International and private sector giants GE Capital and Wells Fargo. She is known for her acumen in organizational effectiveness, talent acquisition and development, succession planning, performance management and training. Ann earned a MS in Human Resource Management from the University of Richmond, PHR certification from SHRM and Six Sigma Green Belt. Joe Torella is President, Employee Benefits, East Region, at HUB International where he focuses on the creation of innovative, practical and cost-effective human capital solutio
  • Start:March 07, 2019
  • End:March 07, 2019
  • Recurring
  • Where:Near Dupont Circle, Metro South, 1800 Massachusetts Ave, NW, Washington, District of Columbia, United States, 20593
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  • Event Type: Business
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The Henley Park Hotel Located at
926 Massachusetts Ave NW,
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202-638-5200
Toll-Free: 800-222-8474
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