Employee Engagement and Great Place to Work Certification

    

DESCRIPTION

Date: August 23, 2018
Time: 12:00 - 13:00 ET
Course Leader : Alison Grenier, Head of Culture & Research, Great Place to Work® Canada
Duration : 1 hour 0 minute
Price: Free
Free

FREE Webinar by Great Place to Work® (Powered by Canadian HR Reporter)

Employee Engagement and Great Place to Work Certification

Would you like to learn how Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For use HR insights to drive business? How can an employee survey get you published in The Globe and Mail as one of Canada’s Best Workplaces™?

Not sure where to start? During this session, we’ll take a step-by-step look at the Great Place to Work® Certification program and how can your organization get listed as a Best Workplace™.

We’ll help you understand how to get Certified, the scoring methodology and the investment involved. With this, you can drive your employer of choice strategy, external brand and get the data you need to make strategic people decisions.

Join the world’s largest employee survey and recognition program through Great Place to Work Certification™ which is administered annually with over 7,000 organizations and representing 12 million employees.

Read more about Great Place to Work® here - https://www.greatplacetowork.ca/en/

PRESENTER:

Alison Grenier,
Head of Culture & Research, Great Place to Work® Canada

Alison Grenier is Head of Culture & Research for Great Place to Work® Canada. With a decade of experience studying the Best Workplaces™, Alison leverages GPTW’s unparalleled data library to uncover emerging workplace trends and insights. Alison is skilled in high-level analysis of both qualitative and quantitative data, and supports some of Canada’s leading organizations with specific and actionable feedback to improve their workplace culture. Prior to joining the Institute, Alison worked in a variety of human resource roles in the manufacturing, not-for-profit and service sectors. Alison lives in beautiful British Columbia with her husband and four children.