Lunch & Learn Webinar - The Employee Engagement Trap: How HR should approach the "Employee Experience"
Thursday, March 6, 2014 from 12:00-12:40 PM Pacific Time
Space is limited.
Employee engagement efforts have become a primary focus for HR Leaders and the C-Suite in the past decade, yielding results that consistently seem to show alarming numbers of disengaged employees. As a result, many companies find themselves falling into reactive and scattered approaches to solve this perceived problem.
The tide is shifting, however, and organizations and HR leaders are starting to realize that engagement, as it has been previously defined and measured, may not be the best or most accurate view of the employer-employee relationship or overall employee commitment.
Join Christine Mellon, VP of Human Capital Management Transformation with Oracle, for an insightful discussion around what matters most to employees and how organizations should start viewing the totality of the employee experience.
Hear what the most basic misunderstanding is in HR around Employee Engagement
Find out the difference between Employee “Engagement” and Employee Experience
Learn the 3 top “wrong” assumptions that most engagement surveys make
Hear how HR can take a positive, valid approach that strengthens the Employer-Employee relationship and builds a positive Employee Experience
About the presenter
Christine Mellon, VP of Human Capital Management Transformation at Oracle, has over 20 years of diverse experience in HR. She has held consulting and corporate roles, including CHRO positions. As CHRO for Echostar in Denver, Christine led HR for 3,000+ employees in over 20 global locations. Christine also served as CHRO for Aepona, a startup software firm, where she established and elevated global HR practices toward the end goal of acquisition. Christine is a resource to Oracle clients, to assist in Human Capital Management strategy development and implementation, compensation practices, talent development initiatives, employee engagement, global HR management, and integrated HR systems and processes that support the full employee lifecycle.