Presented By: Amy Richman | Webcast Aired: July 23, 2008
A "perfect storm" of demographic trends is gathering - baby boomers reaching retirement age, distinctive younger workers reshaping work structure, and women entering and re-entering the workforce in record numbers. Corporations recognize that effective work-life policies and practices represent competitive tools to attract, engage and retain talent with diverse needs and priorities. However, the key element for employers is to determine which work-life programs are most critical to their workforce and have the greatest potential for impact on the bottom line. Identifying the right programs starts with understanding business priorities and employee needs: Once you implement a program, how can you quantify the impacts of work-life initiatives on the business? In this webcast, we'll discuss how employers can utilize structured employee feedback to measure the impact of work/life initiatives and we will look at real-life examples of how measurement methodologies are being used to address two key work/life components: Workload and Flexible Work practices.