Technologies COO and Gabriel Institute CEO Among CTHRA
CTHRA’s Symposium Program Committee
has developed an A list of speakers and topics for the
May 2 event. Success in Sight: Innovations that Can
Amp Up Your Recruiting Results, is one of six concurrent
sessions that you can attend to customize your Symposium
experience. The recruiting session led by Mary
Grade Hennessey, COO of Smashfly Technologies,
and Jennifer Tracy, Senior Director of
Talent Acquisitions at Bright House Networks, will uncover
how to leverage social media and employment branding as
well as scalable candidate engagement strategies that
will help your company keep its eyes open for qualified
talent at all times. The speakers will also discuss technologies
that make it easier than ever to proactively identify
potential candidates from both active and passive sources,
track your efforts and measure results.
be great if you could organize the way people interact
and work together? Teamability™ is a technology
that objectively measures a person's ability to work in
a positive, constructive manner with others to solve problems,
overcome obstacles and achieve common goals. In a dynamic
session titled Looking Forward: Teaming Technology
and the Future of Work, Dr. Janice Presser,
CEO of The Gabriel Institute, and Marci
Schnapp, Managing Partner and Founder of TeamQuest
Systems Inc. will share how you can optimize collaboration,
save time and improve productivity by using predictive
metrics and a role-based approach to teaming.
Additional concurrent sessions are Internal Investigations Do’s and Don’ts: Perspectives from the Trenches and Courtroom, A Closer Look: How Human Capital Metrics Can Define a Culture; Did You See the Numbers? Workforce Analytics in Media and Technology; Looking Forward: Teaming Technology and the Future of Work; and Insiders’ View on Employee Engagement. For a detailed description of each, please visit www.cthra.com/symposium.
Additional Concurrent Session Speakers
Our Heroes! CTHRA Co-Hosts U.S. Veterans Job Fair
laid their lives on the line for us. Now they can give
your company the kind of cutting-edge skills and dedication
it can find from few other sources. For the first time,
CTHRA is partnering with NCTA and the U.S. Chamber of
Commerce in a cable industry job fair for our country’s
military veterans. The event, part of the Chamber’s
Hiring Our Heroes program, will take place during
The Cable Show in Washington, D.C. on June 11, and CTHRA
members are invited to participate. For full details see
A Round of Applause
Hearty congrats to Comcast-NBCU, which met its Hiring Our Heroes goal two years ahead of schedule! As part of a US Chamber of Commerce program to employ military veterans, the company had pledged to add 1,000 vets to its ranks within three years. But it’s added that number of our nation’s heroes to its ranks this year alone and plans to hire another 1,000 more by 2015.
Hats off to A+E Networks,
the 2013 winner of the T. Howard Foundation’s Corporate
Leadership Award, given each year for outstanding leadership
in the area of diversity.
Welcomes Our Newest Members
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members have joined CTHRA.
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