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HR in a Box Returns this Fall! ECVO, in partnership with the Talent Pool, is delighted to bring back last fall's HR in a Box series. Series 2 will reinforce the foundational information shared in 2016 but with a problem solving focus. Case studies will be at the core of the 2017 sessions to help you implement practical solutions in your everyday HR practices.

HR in a Box will continue to share best practices and innovative solutions designed to help organizations of all sizes build knowledge and capacity. A new roster of HR experts, the usage of a video reference library, and highly interactive problem solving discussions, will enable you to implement solutions rapidly and effectively.

The series will include this cycle, theee dynamic sessions. Register for one session or the entire series. Participants should bring a tablet or laptop if they have one.

HR in a Box workshop #1 – September 26, 2017 - Workforce Planning: Aligning Business & People with Marcie Kiziak, CPHR & Ada Tai, CPHR

In our rapidly shifting workplace, strategic workforce planning has become the buzzword in HR circles. Join us for the kick off September session of HR in a Box series to learn from HR experts how to deepen your understanding of what constitutes effective workforce planning strategy and how to implement it into your organization.

This workshop will address:

  • How to align organization goals and the right people in the right places at the right time to deliver on those goals.
  • Strategies that deliver the right mix of attraction, selection, recruitment, and onboarding that result in an agile workforce to meet the demands of our labour market.

HR in a Box workshop #2 – October 24, 2017 - Retention Strategies: One size never fits all with Claudia Verburgh, CPHR & Doug Alloway, CPHR

Retention is the major concern of organizations of all sizes and in every economic sector. In order to retain top performers, effective strategies must take into consideration the impact of future changes, new required skills sets, create appropriate career ladders, explore new succession planning methodologies.

This workshop will address:

  • Designing innovative strategies to maintain a healthy employer-employee relationship that delivers retention.
  • Efficient employee engagement strategies; what will employee engagement look like in an age where "digital employees" will co-exist with a traditional workforce?
  • The evolving critical role of succession planning particularly with the incoming impact of technological advances that will reconfigure the way we all work

HR in a Box workshop #3 – November 28, 2017 - Strategic Performance Management: Always an Integrated Process with Julianna Cantwell, CPHR & Barb Read

Providing effective feedback has become a dynamic and ongoing process. Employees want to see the link between what they do and the organizational goals. As new skills emerge due to new ways we all work, organizations need to revisit their performance management existing processes.

This workshop will address:

  • What is Performance Management and how to integrate it into your orgnanization?
  • What is the manager's role and employee's role?
  • Best Practices: before, during and after a review meeting
  • Steps of progressive discipline
  • Determine if you are paying your employees competitievly in the market
  • Discover if you have internal pay equity issues
  • Identify employee benefits that will attract, retain, and engage the rright staff to your organization


Earn CPD credits.

This series is sponsored by the Government of Alberta, CHRP Alberta, and ASET.


*Please note DEADLINE to register for Session 1 is September 20, 2017.


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