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It’s been a heck of a year in organization building and operations. Where do we go next?
That’ll be the theme of BuildingUp, a new quarterly webinar series that the team at our sister site, Technical.ly, is launching. It’ll hit on a recurring theme of their reporting; how do we build better workplaces?
Next Wednesday, Feb. 24 (11 a.m.-12 p.m. ET) is the series debut, with a live conversation around Technical.ly’s soon to be released 2021 Hiring and Workplace Culture Trends report. The report and webinar series (like their new weekly newsletter) rely heavily on the reporting the newsroom does across the mid-Atlantic, in addition to what the organization is hearing from its client base of hundreds of growing tech teams.
Join Technically Media CEO and cofounder Chris Wink and HR and company culture professionals as they dive into the topics and learnings which will be revealed in our inaugural report. Attendees will gain actionable take-aways on what companies and HR leaders should be thinking about for 2021 and beyond.
Speakers will include:
- Moderator: Chris Wink, Technically Media Publisher and CEO
- Talia Edmundson, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Founder & Principal, HRnB Consulting
- Tamara M. Rasberry, SHRM-CP PHR
Director, HR & Operations, National Community Reinvestment Coalition
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Talia Edmundson has spent nearly twenty years in Human Resources. She is most known for building the people operations function for Philadelphia-based eCommerce company, RevZilla.com, taking the organization from 40 employees to 475 in less than eight years. Edmundson launched HRnB Consulting to guide startups and small businesses as they think through developing people-focused workplaces. HRnB is an HR jawn offering fractional, executive HR support, project-based consultation, functional coaching, and people operations team installation.
Tamara M. Rasberry, SHRM-CP, PHR (she/her/hers) heads Rasberry Consulting, LLC, a consulting firm specializing in developing strategies for inclusion, diversity, equity and belonging with a focus on addressing mental health in the workplace. Rasberry also currently serves as the HR Manager (a Department of One) for a national nonprofit organization based in Washington, DC. Her nearly 20 years in the HR field have included in-house and consulting roles for nonprofit organizations of all sizes in the DC Metropolitan area.
About the 2021 Hiring and Workplace Culture Trends Report
Remote work, economic shock and global stress, it’s been a remarkable year in people operations. In Technical.ly’s inaugural Hiring and Workplace Culture Trends report, they pull together their journalism, client interviews and industry watching to give you a foundation in how you can be best prepared as a workplace culture, HR, hiring and operations professional.
Key areas that will be explored in the report include:
- Return to your foundation
- Audit your DEI commitment
- Confirm remote flexibility
- Focus on outputs
- Consider your alumni
Stay tuned for the publishing of our new report.
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