Nov. 19, 2019

Guest:

David Salyers, former vice president of marketing at Chick-fil-A and co-author of Remarkable: Maximizing Results Through Value Creation

In today’s competitive market, falling behind on employee training trends can leave your organization scrambling to keep top talent. To make matters worse, a poor employee experience can create a less productive culture and harm the employer brand.

Unsurprisingly, the most productive workplace for employers and employees has a culture of high employee development, according to Gallup research.

How can HR leverage learning platforms and employee training programs to create an attractive employer brand and culture of productivity?

In this episode of HR Break Room, Salyers joins hosts Jennifer Kraszewski and Caleb Masters to discuss:

  • leveraging training opportunities to create a meaningful employer brand
  • how to provide two-dimensional growth through training and development
  • positioning HR as a strategic, people-first group within the organization
  • creating a winning ecosystem by fostering a remarkable workplace culture

 

To learn more about cultivating a culture for your organization, read our white paper, Discover Who Owns Your Employer Brand.

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About HR Break Room

HR Break Room is a podcast from your friends working in human resources, dedicated to bringing you interesting break room conversations with experts on the hot topics of HR and HR Technology, one cup of coffee at a time. Hosted by Caleb Masters and Chelsea Justice, HR Break Room is designed to inspire you to harness the power of HR technology to empower your people and organization.


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