You’ve heard of tech companies that keep stocked refrigerators at work or allow pets in the office to attract and keep staff. But are these the benefits that really matter? In this webinar, you'll find out what benefits are most desirable to employees, and hear first-hand how one nonprofit reduced employee turnover by getting to understand their workforce better and assessing what daily instability in the lives of its employees was really costing.
You'll come away learning more about the impact of economic class and daily instability on your organization's workforce, and how to use this knowledge to support your employees, create a fantastic culture, and establish an Employer Resource Network (ERN) to improve the lives of those you support through innovative programs.
A recording will be made available for registrants.
Carrie Arnold is the Chief Human Resources Officer for Sunshine Communities in Maumee, OH. Sunshine is a non-profit agency that serves individuals with developmental disabilities. Carrie has been in HR since 1994 and with Sunshine since 2012. She has a Bachelor's degree and MBA from the University of Toledo.
Deb Rasmusson is the Chief Program Officer at Sunshine Communities. Deb has worked for Sunshine for the past 33 years in a variety of positions. Currently, she oversees the program office including residential, vocational , clinical, admissions and nursing programs. Deb has a Bachelors degree from OSU and JD from UT.
Stephen MacDonald is the Impact Manager at the Lucas County Family Council in Toledo, OH, working with the Impact Coalition to engage and equip people and sectors of the community in building sustainable resources that create stability for all. He supervises the implementation of Bridges Out of Poverty training in Northwest Ohio, works with ERN-USA to develop Employer Resource Networks (ERN-OH), and initiated the first Employer Sponsored Small Dollar Loan (ESSDL) program in Ohio.
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