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Employee Engagement in 2021 - HubEngage SHRM Webinar
In today’s uncertain working environment, communicating and engaging your employees in an effective, productive manner is more important than ever.

Employee engagement could not be a more important topic in 2021, as we continue to weather the pandemic. Considering the uncertainty of continued pandemic safeguards, as well as other employee concerns, employee engagement continues to be a key to our organizational success.

Come listen to our industry expert discuss best practices in various employee engagement processes and techniques you can evaluate for your organization.

Objectives You Will Learn About:

• Why Employee Engagement
• Definition of Employee Engagement
• Employee Engagement Trends
• Interviews and Survey Types
• Employee Rewards
• Employee Engagement Technology

May 13, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Chris Barrera
SHRM Senior Certified Professional and Director of HubEngage Continuing Education @HubEngage
Chris has more than 20 years of human capital management experience in implementation, service, support, and project management. Chris has over a decade facilitated dozens of lectures, conferences webinars, and instructor lead courses in human resources, payroll, and finance. Most recently he serves as Managing Partner for Oquirrh View Enterprises, a Business Management Consulting Firm. Prior to Oquirrh View Enterprises he served as Executive Vice President of Client Success for Findd, Inc. Chris has spent his entire career in operations management, business process outsourcing, payroll, benefits, workforce management, and human resources. Chris holds a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, a Senior Professional Human Resources certification from the Human Resource Certification Institute, as well as a SHRM-SCP designation in association with SHRM.