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This replay was recorded on October 7, 2014.
About This MeetingCompanies' human resources practices have a profound effect on how people feel about their companies and jobs, so it is not surprising that ESOP companies often have a different approach to human resources. This session explores the role of human resources -- starting with hiring and onboarding, continuing through training and job evaluation, and including retirement and wellness programs -- in promoting a strong, healthy organization where people think and act like owners.
You will learn:
- How to ensure all participants know the minimal ESOP requirements typically handled by HR departments
- About best practices in all aspects of HR that promote strong ownership cultures
- How to use HR to create a competitive business advantage by examining case studies of ESOP companies
|How Human Resources Impacts Ownership Culture |
Linshuang Lu and Jon Sweigart, Praxis Consulting Group