HR in a Box 2018-19 Workshop Series
CCVO, in partnership with the Talent Pool and CPHR Alberta, is pleased to present the 2019-19 series of HR in a Box. This year’s workshops are hands on, with an emphasis on group discussion and case studies. Each session provides opportunities to share ideas, work together on strategies, develop practical solutions to real issues, and take away tips and tools to implement at your workplace.
Please note: some sessions may involve pre-reading.
The Future of Work is the Future of Everything: Technology and the Shifting Workplace
June 6, 2018
9am – noon
Kahanoff Conference Centre, #201, 105-12 Ave SE
CCVO’s research on adaptive capacity in the nonprofit sector confirmed that technology is one of the four major trends impacting our workplaces. Up to 40% of jobs could be partially or fully automated today, and that number will surpass 60% in just ten years.
Attend this bonus HR in a Box workshop on June 6 to discuss the skills and competencies required to thrive in the era of artificial intelligence, with specific examples of how technological innovation will affect organizations, leaders, and employees in the years to come. Learn how we can redefine employment in an age of digital disruption, and consider what this shift means for the nonprofit sector.Register
The Province of Alberta is working in partnership with the Government of Canada to provide employment support programs and services:
Past Sessions and Videos:
Rolling Out the HR Strategic Plan: HR Analytics and Scorecard to the Rescue
Jan. 24, 2018
HR metrics and workforce analytics help organizations identify strengths and weaknesses, areas for improvement, and opportunities for growth. With today’s workplace spanning multiple generations, and the focus on emerging required skills, HR metrics are rapidly evolving. More emphasis is also being given to the role of data collection for managerial decision making. Join Janet Salopek to navigate how to align HR analytics with your business strategies and organizational goals. You will also discuss how HR metrics and workforce analytics improve bottom line results.
Recruitment in a Shifting Skills Landscape: Planning Tactics
Nov. 28, 2017
Current economic trends are creating a different sort of competition for recruitment. New ways of attracting talent are a priority for many organizations, with strategic focus and specialist knowledge crucial to success. Join Janet Salopek to explore recruitment practices in the rapidly shifting landscape of work and the impact of emerging new skills. Learn to identify different perspectives as you plan for what is expected to be increasingly challenging years ahead.
The Cannabis Quagmire: Accommodation 2017 & Beyond
Oct. 24, 2017
With legal marijuana just around the corner, employers need to be aware of their rights and responsibilities. Organizations and HR professionals need to answer questions regarding acceptable level of use, required policies and procedures, and violation of rules. Using the “Workplace marijuana possession/use” case study, Adam Czarnecki will lead a discussion on the myths and realities of cannabis usage in the workplace, including types of cannabis products, medical marijuana, recreational uses, human rights vs privacy vs safety, and workplace readiness.
Changing Demographics & Managing Change Within a Dynamic Workforce
Sept. 13, 2017
Change has become the norm in today’s workplace. To stay relevant, organizations need to continually evaluate, realign plans based on new information, and embrace diversity and technology. Join Janet Salopek to discuss how shifting demographics are impacting talent attraction, retention, and development. Participants will also explore perspectives on organizational people plans, and the resulting change management processes that will impact organizations.
About the Facilitator
Javier Lozano is a business transformation strategist focused on the intersection of the future of work and technology innovation. Javier’s value proposition is helping organizations across Canada, plan and develop their innovation strategy. Javier’s approach to innovation is centred on improving digital capabilities by helping organizations reuse capacity, redesign and redistribute technology, talent and skills across the organization. From business strategy alignment to organizational design, Javier’s goal is about empowering people to deliver sustainable performance for the new digital economy by making innovation the central issue of business growth, and the new “must have” capability of every organization.