When 9 to 5 Goes Bust: Making Workflex a Reality in Your Organization

When 9 to 5 Goes Bust: Making Workflex a Reality in Your Organization

SHRM 2013 Annual Conference
Workplace Application: Hear about award-winning strategies, practical tips and advice from best-practice companies to help you design a workflex program uniquely suited to the needs and culture of your organization.
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You might be convinced of the value of workflex, but how can you make it work in your organization? Walk away with insight on the four key steps to building a successful workflex program, including building the business case, customizing a workflex program, incorporating change management strategies, and implementing for success. You’ll get the practical, actionable advice you need to start an initiative as soon as you return to the office. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn the value and importance of workflex as the strategic initiative you need to embrace to improve the growth and competitiveness of your organization in the years ahead.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, June 17, 2013 - 2:00pm to 3:15pm

Lisa K. Horn

Lisa K.

As Director of Congressional Affairs, Lisa oversees and directs SHRM’s public policy activities on Capitol Hill on issues important to the HR profession.  Lisa also co-directs SHRM’s Workplace Flexibility Initiative and partnership with the Families and Work Institute (FWI).  She is responsible for the overall execution of the Society’s partnership with FWI, including outreach efforts to SHRM affiliates, development of products and services for the membership, and coordination with SHRM’s public relations campaign.

As a respected source for research and trend data on flexible work environments, Lisa is one of SHRM’s primary spokespeople on workplace flexibility, regularly interviewed by the media and sought out as a speaker for human resource and business audiences.

Since joining SHRM in 2004, Lisa has served as the organization’s chief lobbyist on health care and workplace flexibility public policy issues on Capitol Hill that impact the human resource profession.  Prior to joining SHRM, Lisa worked for the U.S. House of Representatives under former Representatives Bill Barrett (R-NE) and Tom Osborne (R-NE). A native Nebraskan, Lisa began her career as a senatorial aide in the Nebraska Legislature, while completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 

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Credit Type: 
Business Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
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