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2018 How To Become A Great Place To Work
Forefront Waltham Conference Center
404 Wyman Street
Waltham, MA 02451
Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM EST
Category: Global Benefits

Cost: $170 for member; $220 for non-member

Register Now or call 781-684-8700 for questions.

With unemployment rates at their lowest in years, the battle for talent is heating up, especially in New England.

Meet industry experts and distinguished executives from employers that are consistently recognized as Great Places to Work. Listen as these employers describe their paths to becoming an employer of choice and their view of what differentiates them and makes them a great place to work.

Learn from The Boston Globe's Katie Johnston, who edits the Globe's annual Top Places to Work magazine, as she describes the criteria used to select their annual winners, some of whom are included on our employer panel!

Industry experts will add further context, highlight trends and share results from several global workforce surveys, framing both the employer and employee perspectives. The results may surprise you!


Overview of annual Top Places To Work magazine
Katie Johnston - The Boston Globe

Rewards Planning for an Evolving Workforce
Stephen Mork - Partner, Mercer

Total Rewards, Culture and Engagement for Great Places to Work
Jennifer Wojcik - Consultant, Communication and Change Management, Talent and Rewards, Willis Towers Watson 

Employer Panel representing four great places to work in New England:

Akamai Technologies - Sarah Sardella, Senior Director of Global Benefits

Keystone Partners - Elaine Varelas, Managing Partner

MITRE Corporation - Erin Sarin, Benefits Manager

Northeast Delta Dental - Connie Roy-Czyzowski, Vice President of Human Resources

Moderated by David Appugliese, Senior Director of Human Resources, Red Oak Sourcing

Don't miss this opportunity to learn from prior great places to work winners. Register Now!


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