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Rethinking Total Rewards: Innovative Strategies to Attract, Motivate & Develop Talent
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 Export to Your Calendar 5/2/2019
When: Thursday, May 2, 2019
7:30 am -10:30am
Where: SEIU Conference Center
1800 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC, District of Columbia 
United States

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7:30 AM - 10:30 AM - Networking Breakfast

8:15-9:30 AM - Speaker Discussions

9:30-10:30 AM - Peer Roundtables

 

REGISTRATION

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Use promo code NOVASHRM or DCSHRM for member rate. NOVA SHRM members receive a 40% off discount.

 

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Program Details:

Today, nonprofits struggle to attract and retain talent in a highly competitive market. Learn how leading nonprofits are embracing total reward strategies to become an “employer of choice.”



Join us for this engaging discussion where we’ll:

  • Discuss how total reward strategies significantly impact your nonprofit's bottom line – lowering recruitment costs, improving retention and optimizing productivity
  • Hear innovative strategies the US Holocaust Museum is using to become an employer of choice, create a compelling employee value position and optimize engagement across multi-generations
  • Discover how leading nonprofits are customizing rewards to employees, creating new paths to develop and motivate teams and aligning to your mission and goals to improve performance
  • Explore the latest trends in reward programs and best practices for a tailored, flexible approach to talent that is essential to meeting the changing needs of an increasingly diverse workforce
  • Brainstorm with peers how to implement these strategies and next steps to take in your nonprofit


 

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS

Join nonprofit leaders on May 2 for this timely discussion with these thought leaders:

Carrie Brandt, Director of Human Resources at Population Services International

Ann Shipman, Executive Director of Human Resources at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

Joe Torella, President of Employee Benefits at HUB International

 

 

 

 

 

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