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How to Get HR Green – and How It Affects Your Employer Brand
Recruiting Trends Webinar: How to Get HR Green – and How It Affects Your Employer Brand
It’s good to be green – that’s what a lot of companies are finding, as they integrate environmentalism and sustainability into their corporate culture. Not only is environmentalism good for the community and the planet, it can help employees reduce waste and operate more efficiently – increase ROI. Companies tout their environmental initiatives in annual reports, core values, community activities and even advertising. Yet, in one key area, companies often fail to leverage their environmental efforts – Human Resources and specifically recruiting.
In doing so, they are missing a key opportunity, as studies show a commitment to environmentalism and sustainability can be a factor the most desirable candidates weigh when choosing an employer. In this presentation, author and consultant Lizz Pellet will show how employers can ensure their sustainability practices and employment brand are in line with their organizational culture and core values to ensure they are attracting, retaining and repelling the right fit.
During this 60 min event Lizz will present an effective, three step process to create a sustainable HR practice by showing you how to Evaluate, Eliminate and Illuminate your HR efforts!
Evaluate (a detailed look):
Deploy diagnostic process on every touch point of the employee life cycle.
What touch points will deliver the most ROI
Green Market place, what products and solutions are bringing the most value for the least amount of investment
Green trends, including the use of social media
Eliminate (a high level look):
TQM approach to reducing waste, eliminate redundancy and duplication of effort (cost savings)
How Charts and Graphs will get you noticed
Illuminate (a how to approach):
How to fold the new message in internal communications and external branding efforts
Why you must sustainability into your Employee Value Proposition ( EVP)
Tactics for aligning core values with a sustainability program
How to leverage this in your employment brand to attract, retain and repel the right “fit”.
For more information on joining this webinar go here: http://www.recruitingtrends.com/
About Lizz Pellet:
Lizz Pellet is a Fellow from Johns Hopkins University and the Chief Culture Officer at EMERGE International. She is the author of the SHRM publication “The Cultural Fit Factor, Creating an Employment Brand that Attracts, Retains and Repels the Right Employees.” She has also written “Getting Your Shift Together: Making Sense of Organizational Culture and Change.” A dynamic educator, facilitator and moderator of LinkedHR Green, Lizz is a certified national speaker and has presented over 75 professional learning sessions in the past three years.
Also catch Lizz at this year’s THE RECRUITING CONFERENCE: www.TheRecruitingConference.com
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Join us as we celebrate Earth Day on Friday, April 22 1 PM – 2 PM EDT with this insightful webinar
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