Employee Value Proposition: Do we have one? Do we need one? How do we get one?
Evergreen A-C Conference Rooms - 1:30 pm
Target Audience: All
Currently Executive Vice President, Human Capital Consulting Practice Lead for Hub International, Andrea has over 26 years of human resource leadership and consulting experience across diverse organizations, and has a specialized talent for developing high-performing human capital programs and teams. She applies this extensive experience to help clients implement cost-effective, cutting-edge workforce strategies and solutions. Before joining HUB, Andrea led HR for the Northern California offices of Baker & McKenzie, LLP. Andrea has a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Washington, with an emphasis in Industrial Psychology. She holds a Certificate from the Human Resource Executive Program at the Stanford University, Graduate School of Business, a Senior Professional in Human Resources certification from the Human Resource Certification Institute, and is a SHRM Senior Certified Professional.
Employee Value Proposition
An Employee Value Proposition is an employee-centric approach that helps employers articulate all they offer. Most simply put, an EVP is everything an employer makes available to their workforce in exchange for what the workforce contributes to the organization. Regardless of whether it has been defined or applied – every company has an EVP, but is the company using that EVP to support business and HR initiatives?
A great EVP resides within the hearts and minds of your workforce, customers and community. It helps to attract, engage and retain talent, develops a competitive advantage, generates appeal across employee groups and creates line of sight to the culture.
This presentation lays the ground work and provide steps and tools to develop an effective EVP within your organization.