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. The Roundtable offers interactive events, access to informational resources, and a robust community dedicated to sharing leading practices.
Premier Roundtable Membership offers a deeper level of engagement with the Center for corporate partners that are committed to progressive human resources practices and continued Center research.
Core Roundtable Membership provides corporate partners access to contemporary research and thought leadership to advance evidence-based, innovative workforce management practices.
Boston College Work & Family Association Membership provides a learning and networking community for smaller, northeast-based organizations seeking to distinguish themselves as employers of choice. Members are offered the opportunity to partner with the Center, gain access to research and resources, and engage with a network of peers.
What Members Say
“At PwC we greatly appreciate our long standing relationship with BCCWF. The opportunity to compare notes with other companies, learn new research insights and discover global work/family trends is invaluable. ”
“ The in-person meetings provide excellent learning and networking opportunities, and the research and resources available online are very useful. The relationships I’ve formed through the Roundtable have served me very well in my position.”
“Our experience with the Roundtable has been invaluable. The fall and spring meetings are always a worthwhile investment of time and the bridge that the Roundtable makes between academia and worklife practitioners is something that I’ve only found through this Roundtable.”
“I have personally benefited through the rich research and benchmarking it has afforded. In addition, I have gained a sense of community through the outstanding leaders participating on behalf of their own organizations. ”
“As a founding member over 25 years ago, we have long valued our partnership and collaboration with BCCWF. Our joint 2017 case study “Empowering Women’s Success in Technology” provided insights on critical business challenges for attracting, developing, and advancing women in technology. We look forward to continuing our shared mission of enabling workplaces that support work life benefits, equality, and an environment of full inclusion. ”