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ASHHRA Webinars

Webinars are excellent learning opportunities led by ASHHRA members and partners with specific expertise in the health care HR profession. Click on the titles below to learn more about each webinar.

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We value our members' expertise and encourage you to share your knowledge with your peers. Please submit this form if you have an interesting topic and would like to be considered to present a video based webinar.

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RegisterDo they love you or will they leave you? Addressing employee turnover
Date: January 24, 2018, 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
Presenters:
Kristina Dunphy, Director with PwC in the People Analytics Practice, Lead consultant working with healthcare organizations on their people analytics efforts, including interpreting and applying critical workforce benchmarks to talent programs.
Vicki Wang, Experienced Associate with PwC in the People Analytics Practice. She supports the day to day operations of the HR Metrics Tool program and supports our team's larger Hospital Consortium effort.

Description: Employee attrition is a challenging topic in the health care field and a costly one at that. Are you tracking turnover rates and taking action accordingly? In this webinar, we will take a deep dive into turnover trends in health care based on the 2017 HR Metrics Tool benchmark results, and share leading practices on how to diagnose and improve employee retention. Through this webinar, you will be able to:

Registration: Register online
Cost: $29 (Members), $79 (Non-Members)
Eligible Certification Credits: CHHR (1), SHRM (1), HRCI (1)

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Human Trafficking: A Trauma-Informed Health Care Response
Date:Thursday, January 25, 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT
Presenter: Holly Austin Gibbs, Diginity Health
The AHA’s Hospitals Against Violence initiative presents the second in a series of webinars on human trafficking prevention presented by Holly Austin Gibbs from Dignity Health. This webinar discusses the importance of using a victim-centered and trauma-informed approach when caring for a victim of any type of interpersonal abuse, neglect, violence or exploitation. The webinar presents strategies and discusses the importance of this approach when caring for victims and survivors of human trafficking.
Register here.

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Critical Conversations
Date: February 2018, Day and Time TBD
Presenter: David Sanders
David Sanders, chief executive education office and President of Malcolm X College discusses the importance of healthcare facilities partnering with educational institutions for effective workforce planning. Malcolm X developed a special focus on preparing students for careers in the healthcare industry. Workforce planning is crucial to ensure a robust skilled employee pool. It is estimated that tens of thousands of healthcare jobs are expected in the Chicagoland area over the course of the next ten years. The community planning between Malcolm X, Rush University Medial Center and Illinois Medical District will guarantee there is a qualified supply to meet the demand.

Registration: Information available soon
Eligible Certification Credits: CHHR (1), SHRM (1), HRCI (1)

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Diversity and Workforce Equity in Hospitals
Date: March 2018, Day and Time TBD
Presenter: Cynthia Washington
Cynthia Washington, President and CEO of Institute for Diversity amd Health Equity (IFDHE), discusses the issue of minorities representing more than 20 percent of hospital employees but hold less than one percent of top management positions. Washington will detail a strategic data analysis of the minority workforce in healthcare and the projected statics for the next 37 years.

Registration: Information available soon
Eligible Certification Credits: CHHR (1), SHRM (1), HRCI (1)

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Last Updated: Mon Jan 22 2018