Topic: Human Resources (HR)

The New Normal: HR Benefits of Successfully Navigating Change in a Fast-Paced Health Care Workplace

Friday June 25, 2021

Human Resources (HR)

The New Normal: HR Benefits of Successfully Navigating Change in a Fast-Paced Health Care Workplace Wednesday, March 17, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. CT Save My Spot Health Care HR Week Special! The world has changed professionally and personally. Not since 9/11 have we been challenged to change how we live, work and socialize. None of …

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The New World of Work in Health Care: A Call to Rethink U.S. Workplace Priorities

Friday June 25, 2021

Human Resources (HR)

The New World of Work in Health Care: A Call to Rethink U.S. Workplace Priorities Access this education As we work to return back to our new normal, what are some of the short and long-term considerations that health care organizations need to evaluate in order to ensure success moving forward? Join Prudential Retirement’s Marc …

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How to Increase Employee Engagement and Wellbeing by Improving Connection and Recognition

Friday June 25, 2021

Human Resources (HR)

How to Increase Employee Engagement and Wellbeing by Improving Connection and Recognition Access this education It’s been a stressful year, to say the least. Frontline workers are burned-out, senior executives are still navigating the continuous change of the pandemic and HR leaders are seeking new ways to ensure workers feel appreciated and have the support …

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Build a Benefits Structure That Reduces Income Inequality

Friday June 18, 2021

Human Resources (HR)

Build a Benefits Structure That Reduces Income Inequality Access this education Most Americans buy more health insurance than they need, often spending over a $1,000 in excess annually. Troublingly, overpaying disproportionately affects lower income populations: Studies show that lower wage earners are more likely to choose the wrong health plan and overpay, also making them …

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