Research and Resources on Critical Topics Facing Organizations Today
Brad Harrington, Executive Director of the Boston College Center for Work & Family and research professor at the Carroll School of Management, shares the priority areas of focus of the Center for the coming year. The issues the Center studies have never been more critical to the success of businesses and the well-being of employees and their families. Read more here.
Video filmed and produced by Angelos Bougas.
More than ever HR will be responsible for redefining who, how, where and when work gets done in 2021. As we contemplate how work will look - and which changes to the workforce, the workplace, workflow, and the employee experience are likely to remain following the COVID-19 crisis - HR executives must be prepared to attend to a wide range of intersecting issues. This new document outlines trends we are watching for 2021 related to reimagining the workplace.
With women at increased risk for stepping back or dropping out of the workforce altogether due to COVID-19, employers must redouble their efforts to attract, retain and engage women at all levels of their workforce.
Check out our executive briefing focused on the latest data, strategies and keys to success for employers to consider. The briefing also includes best practices from leading organizations Eli Lilly, Intel Corporation, Morgan Stanley and PwC.
The Boston College Workforce Roundtable is the premier learning and networking community for progressive employers who seek to provide a superior employee experience. Based in the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, the Roundtable combines the most valuable aspects of a professional community and the resources of a leading academic institution for members.
From the Director
“The Center's role has always been to bring together some of the world's leading academics with corporate practitioners to increase our understanding of how to improve the employee experience. We do this through our collaborative research, educational forums and Roundtable meetings. ”