2023 HR Training Series
New for 2023 is the upcoming HR Training Series. These informative webinars are the perfect opportunity for anyone in the HR, training, or professional development fields to pick up key tips and strategies that will move their credit union forward through this year and beyond. CrossState is proud to partner with OneDigital Health & Benefits to offer these informative sessions.
Register for all four webinars at a discounted rate of $179.
Each webinar can also be purchased for an individual price of $49 per registrant.
All webinars will be recorded and available for purchase on-demand.
Session 1: HR’s Top Challenges for 2023
February 22 | 11:00 a.m. | Register for this webinar
Organizations have been faced with a number of challenges in recent years. Join this webinar to learn the top priorities for HR as you start to think about your 2023 planning process. We will provide you with actionable insights and best practices on how to build a resilient workforce.
Speaker: Sean Nehlsen, SPHR, SHRM – SCP, Regional Managing Director, HR Consulting | OneDigital
Session 2: Strategies to Combat Low Retention, Mental Health & Financial Stress
May 10 | 11:00 a.m. | Register for this webinar
With the current competitive job market, employees are placing greater importance on company culture and the employment value offered by employers. Due to rising inflation and a declining workforce, organizational leaders can no longer depend on compensation alone to attract and retain great candidates. This webinar will focus on critical people strategies to increase employee engagement, support employee wellbeing, and reduce financial stress for the long term.
Speaker: Jessica Gomez, HR Client Executive | OneDigital
Session 3: Developing Managers into Leaders
August 9 | 11:00 a.m. | Register for this webinar
Speaker: Heather Ramsey
Additional Details Coming Soon
Session 4: Welcoming and Embracing Differences in the Workplace
October 11 | 11:00 a.m. | Register for this webinar
By 2025, estimates predict the workforce will be 75% millennials, which will continue to be another driving force for D&I. Making an organization a more supportive and engaging place to work begins by understanding the perceptual, institutional, and psychological processes that impact the ways people interact with each other. Focusing on employee engagement, encouraging inclusive thinking and action, and identifying interventions surrounding unconscious bias and specific diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies go beyond mere compliance to building a genuinely aware and inclusive work culture.
Speaker: Chantel Cargille, HR Consultant | OneDigital