New York, NY (PRWEB) December 13, 2005
Harris, Rothenberg International (HRI), LLC, a global performance management company, has been selected to speak at the WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference & Exhibition 2006 being held in Anaheim, CA, May 7-10, 2006.
Bernadette Fusaro, Director of Work/Life Services for HRI, will co-present a workshop titled, "Flexible Work Arrangements: A Low-Cost, High-Impact Employee Incentive" on May 8, 2006 at 3:15 PM. The workshop will explore why implementing a comprehensive program for flexible work arrangements goes beyond simply generating employee loyalty.
Implementing a comprehensive program for flexible work arrangements is a low-cost, high-impact addition to a company's total rewards offerings. Industry research indicates that the vast majority of job-seekers are looking for career opportunities in flexible, supportive workplaces. Independent surveys have shown that employees who work flexible hours score higher on resilience, leadership, and commitment over their "nine-to-five" colleagues.
"Developing a policy is not enough," explained Fusaro. "Flexibility requires a change in company culture starting with the implementation of a program that identifies the steps you need to take to ensure a successful flexible work arrangements program."
The presentation will include a case-study of a flexible work arrangements program from a world-renowned publication house. Attendees will walk away from the session learning how and why to construct a business case for flexible work arrangements, how to proactively address common manager concerns about such a program, and what to include in company guidelines and training programs regarding flexible work arrangement programs.
For more information on WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference & Exhibition 2006, visit http://www.worldatwork.org/anaheim2006.
About Harris, Rothenberg International, LLC
Harris, Rothenberg International (http://www.harrisrothenberg.com) is a performance management firm. The company helps employers solve their most challenging and complex people issues by removing the barriers that prevent organizations and employees from achieving their best. HRI accomplishes this by delivering executive services, employee and employer assistance programs, work/life services, behavioral risk management and training. Founded in 1982 and headquartered in New York City, HRI is one of the oldest and most well-respected firms of its kind.
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