CWF Corporate Partnerships
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The Center for Work & Family was founded in 1990, committed to bridging the worlds of academia and business. For eighteen years our founders, academic leaders, fellows, and affiliated faculty have been at the forefront of the academic community, pushing the envelope with projects spanning Workplace Flexibility, Career Development, Diversity, Low Wage Workers, Citizenship, Aging Workforce, Corporate Culture and more. We lead and collaborate on the most rigorous of studies and are committed to their practical application in the business community.
To ensure this applied focus, the Center has built strong relationships with many of the nation's most progressive employers. Collectively, our corporate partners represent over 4 million employees. The impact of their workforce programs and policies on employees' families and communities is significant.
Global Workforce Roundtable
Established in 2006, the Global Workforce Roundtable provides a dynamic forum for a multicultural exchange of information, best practices and lessons learned among leading corporations with a global perspective who are committed to progressive human resources practices using rigorous research. Areas of focus include: international employer/employee value proposition, integrating global mobility with business strategies, and working in cross-cultural, diverse, and flexible environments.
Global members receive:
- Up to 10 Organizational Representatives
- Complimentary membership in the National Workforce Roundtable and NEWFA
- Two days of organizational consulting or Executive Education from the Center for Work & Family.
- Consulting services can take multiple forms, including speaking at organizational events, specialized research activities, strategic planning sessions, data analysis, or providing meeting facilitation.
- Executive Education on Leading the Contemporary Workforce delivered to meet your manager and employee needs.
- A license agreement for the Global Work-Life Toolkit.
- Recognition on CWF website as global leaders dedicated to exceptional workforce management practices.
- The opportunity to serve on the CWF Advisory Committee.
- Support for the on-going research of the Center for Work & Family and the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award.
Please contact Danielle Hartmann at email@example.com or +1-617-552-0228 for additional information on the Global Workforce Roundtable.
National Workforce Roundtable
Founded in 1990, the National Workforce Roundtable is a membership organization of employers committed to excellence in the area of work-life. The Roundtable's mission is to provide leadership to shape corporate and public responses to the demands of work, home and community in order to enhance employee effectiveness. The Roundtable has become a strong and stable force, unique in its ties to academia and its employer-only composition.
National members receive:
- Two Organizational Representatives
- Members of the National Roundtable receive complimentary membership in NEWFA.
Please contact Danielle Hartmann at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1-617-552-0228 for additional information on the National Workforce Roundtable.
New England Work & Family Association
Established in 1992, the New England Work & Family Association (NEWFA) helps employers understand and address the complex work-life challenges facing today's workforce. Our mission is to foster collaboration among NEWFA members to create and sustain employer workforce efforts that effectively meet both employee and business needs. NEWFA provides a forum and a resource base for organizations interested in becoming more progressive in their human resources practices.
- New England Leader (5 Organizational Representatives)
- New England Sponsoring (4 Organizational Representatives)
- New England Partner (2 Organizational Representatives) Corporate/Non-Profit Options
Please contact Jennifer Fraone at email@example.com or (617)552-2862 for additional information on NEWFA.