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The National Workforce Roundtable is a premier learning community in the work-life field. Member companies are leading organizations from a diverse set of industries, committed to creating effective workplaces that support and develop healthy, engaged, and productive employees. The mission of the Roundtable is to provide leadership in helping these organizations create environments where employees can be successful in both their professional and personal lives.

The Roundtable distinguishes itself through its thought leadership in the area of work-life, its linkages to the academic community, and the trusted relationships that develop through multiple interactions among our invited members. By building a bridge between academic research and corporate practice, the Roundtable provides members with access to innovative research and corporate best practices that helps them develop competitive, data-driven people strategies. 

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National Workforce Roundtable Brochure

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Interested in participating in the Roundtable? Contact Danielle Hartmann

Calendar of Events (2014)

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

DATE EVENT MORE INFORMATION
April 30

Kanter Webconference
Don't blame the babies: Work hours mismatches and the role of children

Professor Reynolds, University of Georgia

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12pm - 1pm ET

May 7-8

National Workforce Roundtable Meeting:

Work-life and Well-Being in High-Performance Organizations

Sponsored by Northern Trust

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Renaissance Chicago Downtown

1 West Wacker Drive Chicago, IL 60601

Room Reservations: 1-800-468-3571 or online

 August 14 National Open Forum Webinar

1pm-2pm ET

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Tentative Topics: Engagement, Generational Diversity, Parental Leave

September 16

Kanter Webconference
Individual and Organizational Solutions to Work-Family Conflict

Professor Amit Somech, University of Haifa, Israel

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9am - 10am ET