In the global competition for talent, organizations often distinguish themselves by offering attractive family-friendly or work-life benefits and policies, such as flexible work arrangements and on-site child care and fitness centers.
In early 2013, the Human Capital Institute (HCI) and Knowledge Universe, US conducted research to develop the Family-Friendly Workplace and Benefits report which explores how benefits and policies that help employees better manage and integrate their work and non-work lives are used to support an employer’s talent management strategy. This benchmark study of national organizations examines the outcomes that these offerings have on talent attraction, retention, job satisfaction, and engagement.
In this webcast, Phyllis Stewart Pires, Director of Work Life Strategy at Stanford University, Knowledge Universe and HCI’s subject matter experts will discuss:
How organizations make the strategic decision to offer family-friendly benefits
The impact of these benefits and policies on employee outcomes
Why a work-life supportive culture is critical to these outcomes; and
Best practices for measurement of impact on and ROI of these benefit offerings
Attendees of the webcast will receive a complimentary copy of the 2013 Family-Friendly Workplace and Benefits research report.