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EVENT: Webinar – Creating a Family Friendly Workplace

Posted by Jennifer Woofter on April 15, 2007

Job sharing, telecommuting, and even lactation rooms—companies all over America are instituting policies and programs that benefit employees with children. Family-friendly benefits not only make working parents happy, but they also improve job efficiency and reduce employee turnover.

Employees are seeking out organizations that have better work-life balance policies, and organizations stuck in the old model are losing out on talent and productivity. But how exactly do you create a “family friendly” workplace?

SSC is pleased to offer Creating a Family Friendly Workplace, an interactive “webinar” focusing on simple and cost-effective ways to assist working parents while also improving productivity and job performance. This webinar will cover:

The benefits of a family friendly workplace for both employees and your organization.

The key policies involved with making your workplace “family friendly” and ensuring a healthy work-life balance.

Resources to help you make smart policy decisions and examples of successes in workplaces

— How to not leave out the single/childless employees, and ways a “family friendly office” can benefit all employees.

Strategic Sustainability Consulting is pleased to have Lori Kitchen facilitate this workshop. Lori is SSC’s Special Projects Manager and will be receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from American University. Along with her B.A. she is also receiving a special certificate from AU’s Women and Politics Institute in Women and Politics, Policy, and Political Leadership. Lori is a member of the Women & Politics Institute’s Young Women Leaders Board Political Training Program. As such, Lori is very interested in women in the work place and has devoted much of her study to the topic of family friendly workplaces and work-life balance.

Cost: $35

Register at: www.sustainabilityconsulting.com (click “Events”)

Space is limited to ensure an interactive experience where you can ask questions and get real answers, so reserve your space today. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll receive an email with log-in and call-in details.

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