Work-life personnel policies are playing an increasing role in attracting and retaining top talent. How to maximize your company’s HR investment through programs and policies that accommodate employees’ family and other responsibilities will be the focus of the Charleston Area Alliance’s next “inclusion=innovation” program, to be held Jan. 25 at the Alliance offices, 1116 Smith Street.
Senior executives from area businesses and organizations will share their perspectives on successful work-life policies as well as important practical and legal issues that managers should consider. Speakers include:
- John Gianola, managing partner, Ernst & Young
- Margie Hale, executive director, KIDS COUNT
- Lori Streets Muldoon, partner, Pullin, Fowler, Flanagan, Brown & Poe
- David Ramsey, CEO, CAMC
- Beth Walker, partner, Bowles Rice McDavid Graff & Love
“Maximizing HR ROI Through Work-Life Policies” is a program of “inclusion=innovation,” an initiative of the Charleston Area Alliance to help businesses and our region benefit from the contributions of all segments of our community. Ernst & Young, nationally recognized for its diversity and family-friendly policies, is the title sponsor of “inclusion=innovation.”
Registration, which includes lunch, is $15 for Alliance members and $25 for future members. Prices increase to $20 and $30 after Jan. 20.