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Alvis, Inc.

Workplace Stability | An Introduction presented by Lora Fish, SHRM-SCP

Join us for an introduction to Workplace Stability. This is an opportunity for you to learn how to create the conditions in your workplace that will lead to retention, productivity, and engagement of your entry-level workers.

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Workplace Stability | An Introduction presented by Lora Fish, SHRM-SCP
Workplace Stability | An Introduction presented by Lora Fish, SHRM-SCP

Time & Location

Feb 09, 2024, 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Alvis, Inc., 2100 Stella Ct, Columbus, OH 43215, USA

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About the Event

Join us for a 1-hour introduction to Workplace Stability. Workplace Stability is part of the Aha! Process that provides a framework for applying Ruby Payne’s "Bridges Out of Poverty" model to the workplace. Instability, which is another measure of diversity in your workforce, is often experienced by workers in low-paying jobs.

These workers have limited resources. The personal instability they experience in their everyday lives leads to absenteeism, health problems, and violations of workplace expectations. When brought to work, their personal instability decreases morale, attention to work, and job performance. While it's tempting to say employees should leave their problems at the door, and just focus on their work, that's not the reality of today's workplace.

Employers need to understand what daily instability is if their employees are going to be able to overcome it and get to a place where they can be stable and productive at work.

This is an opportunity for you to learn how to create the conditions in your workplace that will lead to retention, productivity, and engagement of your entry-level workers. Specifically, attendees will learn how to recognize, understand, and improve these common issues:

TYPICAL EMPLOYEE CONCERNS/FOCUS:

  • Transportation
  • Childcare
  • Financial pressures
  • Stress
  • Relationship conflicts
  • Aging parents
  • Substance abuse
  • Public benefits
  • Housing/foreclosure

TYPICAL EMPLOYER CONCERNS/FOCUS:

  • Increased employee productivity
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Increased retention 
  • Reduced voluntary/involuntary turnover
  • Reduced recruiting costs 
  • Reduced training costs
  • Improved HR productivity via outsourcing "social work"
  • Increased EAP usage
  • Being recognized as an "Employer of Choice"

This session, which is open to all, is brought to you by the Columbus Earn and Learn Program. The Columbus Earn and Learn "Community of Practice" session will immediately follow. 

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