This interactive presentation takes the mystery out of finding and using human resources and management research evidence to improve HR practice.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 10, 2008
Beth A. Brooks, Ph.D., RN, FACHE, and Senior Partner at JWT INSIDE will delivered the keynote address for the Greater New York Association of Nurse Recruiters (GNYANR) meeting October 15th in New York City at JWT.
Through her presentation, “The Latest Evidence”, she will examine recent research findings, apply the findings in order to advance employee engagement and describe new trends in health care recruitment.
“As organizations continue to implement clinical evidence in what is known as evidence-based practice, more human resource managers and recruiters are being challenged to use evidence in their practice,” according to Dr. Brooks. “This interactive presentation takes the mystery out of finding and using human resources and management research evidence to improve HR practice.”
Dr. Brooks has more than 20 years experience in health care, including positions in nurse recruitment and nurse management. She also has previous experience in employment communications, working with health care clients across the country on award-winning advertising, branding and marketing programs. Her consulting work involves projects related to improving the quality of nursing work life and manager skill development.
About JWT INSIDE:
JWT INSIDE helps organizations advance employee engagement through comprehensive advertising, marketing and employee communications services. Measurement tools, consulting resources and strategic approaches are employed to put the right people in the right jobs and keep the workforce engaged. The agency has 20 offices across North America and internationally. It is a subsidiary of JWT, the largest advertising agency in the United States and the third full-service network in the world. Its parent company is WPP (NASDAQ:WPPGY).
GNYANR is made up of nurse recruiters from healthcare facilities and nursing schools located in Manhattan and its surrounding Boroughs and Counties that are generally accepted as being within the Metropolitan area of New York City. GNYANR's mission is to provide members with professional support and education on principles of recruitment, retention and related issues and has been doing so since it was resumption in 2000. In 2006 GNYANR and The Association of Healthcare Recruiters of Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island agreed to operate as one group under the NAHCR organization.
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