WTOP: 5 ways nonprofits can…
Attend live to earn one (1) SHRM recertification credit.
Date: Tuesday, June 21
Time: 2–3:30 p.m. ET
Cost: Free, but registration required
The traditional practice of working at the office from 9-to-5 has been permanently upended as more employees now split their time between working in the office and working remotely. The rise of the hybrid workforce has left both employers and employees striving to define what work-life balance looks like in this new reality.
Work-life integration is important for every employee at any time. When people are able to create work life integration, they tend to perform better and experience higher levels of engagement, employee satisfaction and well-being. In contrast, a lack of work/life integration increases their risk of burnout and underperformance. Studies show employees are working longer hours and experiencing higher levels of fatigue; however, employers are in a position to support their employees by ensuring they have access to the tools and resources they need.
Finish this informative and interactive session equipped to:
- Watch for signs of burnout
- Set clear boundaries between work and home
- Alleviate “in-office” bias by measuring performance based on outcomes over visibility in the office
- Build effective communication and intentional collaboration
- Promote well-being and healthy lifestyles
- Address the digital divide by ensuring teams have tools and training needed to remain productive
Nonprofit HR Panelists
|Tamika S. Harold, MBA-HCM, MHRM |
|Cynthia Orme, MBA|
Senior Consultant, Outsourcing