About the Global Workforce Roundtable
The Global Workforce Roundtable was established in 2005 to provide a dynamic forum for a multicultural exchange of information, best practices, and lessons learned among leading corporations seeking to enhance their global workforce strategies. The Boston College Center for Work & Family brings a work-life perspective to strategies aiming to help employees lead productive professional and personal lives, through a focus on diversity and inclusion; health, well-being, and engagement; and employee development. The Global Workforce Roundtable is poised to assist its members navigate the global landscape by providing a bridge linking the academic community to leaders in employment settings who are committed to promoting workforce effectiveness.
What We Offer:
The Global Workforce Roundtable distinguishes itself through its priority placed on global organizations, its linkages to the academic community, and the trusted relationships that develop through multiple interactions with a select group of invited members. We bring leading member organizations together to learn from one another through:
Member companies play a very active role in the Global Workforce Roundtable. The Center for Work & Family provides a safe forum where members participate in open and candid information-sharing regarding their global workforce strategies. Members share their experiences by providing executive presentations at Summits or teleconferences as well as responding to other members' information requests.
The Center uses its academic foundation to connect leading international thought leaders and scholars with corporate members in order to create a dialogue on how practitioners can enhance their global workforce management approaches with the aid of rigorous research.