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ASHHRA Webinar and Health Care HR Week
Register for the informative webinar on E-Verify.
E-Verify: What You Need to Know: Employment Verification Part 2
Wednesday, February 27
1:00 p.m. ET, 12:00 p.m. CT, 11:00 a.m. MT, 10:00 a.m. PT
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Social Security Administration (SSA) make it easy for employers to quickly confirm the employment eligibility of new hires via E-Verify, a free, Web-based service. The program is the electronic extension of the Form I-9, and employers are now using E-Verify at more than one million worksites across the nation. Visit the Getting Started section on the E-Verify website to see System Requirements and a description of the enrollment process. Learn more about E-Verify by joining us for a live webinar conducted by DHS experts.
Series Price: ASHHRA Member: FREE |
Faculty: Jennifer Nelson,
Management and Program Analyst, Outreach Branch, Verification Division, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of Homeland Security
Mark Your Calendars for Health Care HR Week
March 17 – 23
Celebrate your profession for the outstanding work that you do!
For more information and ideas on how to celebrate, click here.
IFD Webinar and Symposium
Diversity and Inclusion: The Baptist Health South Florida Experience
Wednesday, February 27
10 a.m. PT, 11 a.m. MT, 12 p.m. CT, 1 p.m. ET
Presenters: Ricardo Forbes, Corporate Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Baptist Health South Florida
Price: Free for Institute members | $99 for non-Institute for Diversity members
This presentation will discuss Baptist Health South Florida, a hospital who has been on the Fortune 100 list for 13 years, and their journey relative to diversity and inclusion and what it means to the system.
Click here to learn more about this Diversity Dialogue and register to participate.
Contact Pamela Janniere, manager of membership and education, to see if your organization is a member at 312-422-2691 or email: email@example.com. Many ASHHRA members are also IFD members but may not realize it, especially if they are a part of a large health system.
Inaugural Regional Benchmarking Symposium in Orlando, Fla.
Thursday, March 21
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Florida Hospital Association – Regional Office
307 Park Lake Circle
Price: $99 for Institute members | $199 for non-Institute members
Join the Institute for a full day of leadership development, education, and best practice sharing in diversity management. Hear from health care leaders representing hospitals that were recognized as top performers in "Diversity and Disparities: A Benchmark Study of U.S. Hospitals." Be part of the discussion and gain insight from keynote presenters and expert panelists. Topics will include cultural competency training, language access, and diversity in leadership and governance best practices and strategies. Registration includes breakfast, lunch and materials.
Click here for more information on this symposium. You may also contact Jetaun Mallett at 312-422-2692 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save up to $50 by registering before March 31!
Gender pay gap widened in 2012, back to 2005 levels
The Huffington Post
Women have made huge strides in the workplace but still are falling short when it comes to pay. New data from the Labor Department reveals that in 2012, women made only 81 percent as much as male workers, on average. Women made less than men in all but two occupations, according to the available data. The gender pay gap actually widened last year (women made 82 percent as much as men in 2011) and now has returned to 2005 levels, according to the Labor Department.
5 healthcare recruiting trends for 2013
Some things are changing in the way that top talent is recruited, contracted and hired at companies and healthcare facilities. Here are five healthcare recruiting trends that are expected emerge in 2013.
A lesson in generational differences
Human Resource Executive Online
In our effort to help employees understand generational diversity, are we spending enough time educating them about just how much the generations have in common? Are we reminding them that most employees care about the same things?
Diversity leaders: 6 things never to say about disabilities
As champions of diversity, we have the opportunity — and the responsibility — to set standards for how our people, organizations and society speak and think about people with disabilities. By shifting our language, we can help shift perceptions and promote the culture of inclusion that is the backbone of healthy diversity in all aspects of life.
More male caregivers, more discrimination at work
Fortune via CNN Money
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has reported a rise in employee discrimination claims made by both female and male caregivers of children, the disabled, and the elderly. While most caregivers are women, a growing number of men have been taking on these roles and have contributed to the overall spike in employee discrimination claims. Experts say a combination of social, economic, and demographic changes — changing gender expectations, longer life expectancies, the increase in stay-at-home fathers, and the recession — have been driving this trend.
How to eliminate workplace harassment
Kansas City Business Journal
Ask human resources professionals, employment attorneys or savvy business owners for advice on keeping a company out of legal trouble when it comes to harassment in the workplace, and they share the same simple advice: Show a little respect. Mike Guerchon, senior vice president of employee services at San Francisco-based Riverbed, points to several reasons his company lands on many "top companies to work for" lists. "Having an organization where you have a lot of diversity is an exceptionally positive advantage," Guerchon said. "We have people from some 20 different countries in this building."
Diversity is the 'right thing to do,' Louisiana hospital CEO says
Alexandria Town Talk
The message Stephen Wright, CEO of Christus St. Frances Cabrini Hospital in Alexandria, La., brought to the Alexandria Rotary Club was one of inclusion and diversity. "I want to talk to you about inclusion and diversity and why it's the right thing to do in business and out," Wright said. He said the goal of the hospital and Christus network is to create a healthy community, which requires inclusion, diversity and leaving behind biases.
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