John HREA and speaker Jonathan Segal for our September Event entitled, Tsunami of State and Local Employment Laws (Actual and Proposed). The event will take place at Duane Morris in Philadelphia from 8am-10:00am.
Much of the legal action relative to the employer-employee relationship is at the state and local level. That is not likely to change. Indeed, if there is less “activism” at the federal level, we actually may see more activity at the state and local level. It is not a blue-state-versus-red-state issue: Some of the more “pro-employee” developments have been in ruby-red states or local jurisdictions in those states. This session will focus on recent legal developments at the state and local levels, with an emphasis on trends and how HR can not only comply with them but also anticipate them in the development and implementation of policies and practices.
Substantive areas of focus will include:
- Minimum Wage and Minimum Salary
- Mandated paid time off
- Pay Equity Laws
- Salary Bans
- Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Criminal Just Reform (e.g., ban the box and clean slate)
Jonathan A. Segal is a partner at Duane Morris LLP in the Employment, Labor, Benefits and Immigration Practice Group.
HREA Summer Social
Join HREA for an evening of great food, drinks and networking at the Yards Brewing Company from 5:30pm-7:30pm.
Phillies Night Out
Join us at the Trion Suite at the ballpark as the Phillies take on the LA Dodgers!! Only 20 spots are available - first come, first serve! Register today!
As the modern workplace continues to seek opportunities to drive efficiencies and deliver value to its customers, shareholders and employees – organizations are increasingly turning to Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics to solve repetitive work, enabling employees to focus on higher value activities.
Join us at our June HREA Event, where Susan Gunn of EY will provide an overview and multiple illustrations of how Robotic Process Automation and Virtual Agents, fueled by AI, are bringing a new type of employee to the workplace – a digital one.
Event will take place at the Hyatt House in King of Prussia on June 18 from 7:30am - 9:30am.
ABOUT SUSAN GUNN
Susan Gunn is an Executive Director in the People Advisory Services practice of EY. She is based in the Philadelphia area and provides consulting services and support to clients in the US Northeast Region across several industry sectors.
A global business executive with deep expertise in the Human Capital function, Susan has built and developed high-performing teams across multiple industries, countries and cultures. With significant capability in all human resources disciplines, Susan has advised executive leaders on matters pertaining to HR strategy and transformation, executive compensation, mergers & acquisitions and C-Suite, including CEO, succession. With more than 25 years of HR experience, Susan is uniquely talented to assess organizational issues and build and execute plans to address applicable gaps.
At EY, Susan is actively managing multiple change management engagements supporting an IPO transaction, as well as functional transformations in the areas of Finance and Procurement resulting from a global SAP S4/HANA implementation. She is also leading digital innovation initiatives within the human resources function for a global media and entertainment organization in the areas of robotics and data federation.
Prior to joining EY, Susan was the SVP of Global Talent and Compensation for Aramark (NYSE: ARMK). In this role, Susan had leadership responsibility for Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, Compensation, HR Technology, HR Analytics, HR Shared Services and HR Transformation. There, she designed and delivered multiple programs transforming the way in which talent was managed, including several innovative initiatives that greatly improved frontline talent acquisition and development at scale.
Prior to Aramark, Susan was CHRO of Gardner Denver, a $2.3 billion, publicly traded, global manufacturing company with 40 manufacturing operations in more than 20 countries. Responsible for the company’s HR strategy and its execution, Susan worked directly with the Compensation Committee on all executive compensation matters and with the company’s Board of Directors on M&A activities related to the company’s acquisition by PE (KKR) in 2013. Prior to joining Gardner Denver, Susan held the top HR post at Hay Group, a private, global management consulting firm headquartered in Philadelphia. She was also the CHRO at Willis Group Holdings, plc, a $3 billion, publicly traded global insurance broker (NYSE: WSH) and was based in its London, UK, and New York City headquarters locations. Other senior HR appointments include roles at Revlon and Vivendi Universal (The Seagram Company).
For the past seven years, Susan is an active member of the Board of Directors of Leadership Philadelphia, a nonprofit institution supporting philanthropic leadership activities in the Philadelphia area. In 2013, the National Diversity Council named her one of Pennsylvania’s Most Powerful & Influential Women. Susan holds a bachelor of arts in Economics and a Graduate Certificate in Human Resources with honors, both from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. She is bilingual in English and French.
Night at the Museum!
Join HREA for a night out at the Philadelphia Museum of Art! The evening will kick-off at 5:30pm with a one-hour private tour of the museum. After the tour, we will enjoy a reception with beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres. Space is limited so register today!
HREA March Symposium
Join HREA for our March Seminar entitled, Leading Change in Building the High Performance Organization: The Role of Human Resource Management Strategy. The seminar will feature speaker, Dr. John McClendon, Chair of the Human Resource Management (HRM) Department at Temple University’s Fox School of Business.
More and more, increased competitiveness resulting from the forces of technological innovation and globalization requires organizations to change at much higher rates. As such, leading change has become a fundamental component to achieving sustainable competitive advantage. Ultimately, however, change is about building an organizational culture that aligns with the business model to achieve competitive advantage. While no one questions the importance of change, leading change represents a daunting task that frequently yields disappointing results. We will discuss why employees resist change and identify some of the keys to implementing effective change. Special emphasis will be placed on how a strategic approach to HR is an essential driver of change. In doing so, we will emphasize how an organization aligns its reward systems and performance accountability practices to foster a culture of high performance, one that can lead to sustainable competitive advantage.
Dr. John McClendon is a Chair of the Human Resource Management (HRM) Department at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, where he teaches in the undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA and PhD programs. As Chair of HRM he leads a department comprised of full-time and part-time research and teaching faculty who deliver HRM Department-related degrees to over 700 Business Management majors, 270 HR majors, 70 Master of Science in HR students, and 8 Ph.D. students. He has more than 35 years of human resource management experience, including university teaching, scholarly research, consulting and private-sector management. Prior to his academic career, he worked in multiple HR positions at International Paper Company. Dr. McClendon publishes research articles in leading management journals, conducts corporate training and teaches on-site workshops. His international experience includes teaching assignments at Temple’s Rome and Tokyo campuses, in the Fox School’s EMBA and programs in Singapore as well as visiting instructor at ENPC-MBA School of International Management in Paris. He has also been visiting faculty in a specialized EMBA-KPMG program at the University of Edinburgh. He directed Temple’s Master of Science in HR from 1997 through 2013. Dr. McClendon has received many teaching awards at Temple, including the Andrisani-Frank Award for Undergraduate Teaching in 1993, Musser Award for Excellence in Teaching (1999), Full-time MBA Program Teacher of the Year (2005), the Part-time Professional MBA Faculty of the Year (2010), Executive MBA Faculty of the Year (2010 and 2015), EMBA-Paris Faculty of the Year (2011, 2013, and 2015), Professional MBA Faculty of the Year (2012/2013 and 2013/2014), MSHR Singapore Faculty of the Year (2012 and 2013), the John DeAngelo Innovation in Teaching Award (2015), MSHR Faculty of the Year 2016. In 2006, he earned Temple’s Great Teacher Award, the university’s highest teaching honor.
HREA at the Union League Luncheon
Join HREA's table at the Union League Public Affairs Luncheon, entitled "Is there an Avatar in the House? Humans and Robots Working Together to Transform Healthcare" featuring speaker Dr. Stephen Klasko. Dr. Klasko is a transformative leader and advocate for a revolution in our systems of healthcare and higher education. His 2018 book is titled, Bless This Mess: A Picture Story of Healthcare in America - an account of how the USA was elected to the Intergalactic Council of Cool Health Systems by 2035. As President and CEO of Philadelphia-based Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health since 2013, he has steered one of the nation’s fastest growing academic health institutions based on his vision of re-imagining health care and higher education. His 2017 merger of Thomas Jefferson University with Philadelphia University created a pre-eminent professional university that includes top-20 programs in fashion, design and health professions, coupled with the first design-thinking curriculum in a medical school and the nation’s leading research on empathy. Reception begins at 11:30am with lunch and program to follow. Space is limited so register today!
HREA January Symposium
Join HREA for our January Seminar entitled, Culture Shift: How to Address Harassment Before it Becomes Litigation. This interactive session will explore the issues being tackled in a post #metoo era and how organizations need to effectuate change to engage its workforce and evolve going forward. It’s more than risk assessment and video training. Today’s organizations can and need to do more.
Speaker: Louis Lessig, Esq.
Louis R. Lessig, Esquire, SHRM-SCP, SPHR is a Partner at the law firm of Brown & Connery, LLP in Westmont, NJ in their labor and employment group. He regularly counsels clients, conducts training sessions and represents clients in federal and state court as well as before administrative agencies. Mr. Lessig speaks across the country and regularly writes articles that appear in publications nationwide including XpertHR. This past May, he received the 2018 Delaware Valley HR Consultant of the Year Award. In 2015, he won the SmartCEO - ESQ Industry Award – recognizing the region’s most trusted advisors. Every year since 2012, Mr. Lessig has been selected as a “Super Lawyer” in Labor and Employment law. He is a member of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and serves as the President of the Philadelphia chapter. Mr. Lessig is an active volunteer in The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as Legislative Director for Garden State Council-SHRM, as well as immediate Past President of Tri-State HRMA.
HREA 2018 December Holiday Dinner
Join HREA at Zahav, a modern Israeli restaurant that brings the authentic flavors of Israel's cultural heritage to Philadelphia. We will celebrate the holiday season and network with friends. Enjoy the authentic flavors of Israel while enjoying a night out. We hope to see you there!
Night at the Sixers Game!
Join HREA for a night at the Sixers Game as they take on the Los Angeles Clippers! Only 13 spots are available - first come, first serve! Register today!
HREA October Seminar
Join us for our October Seminar titled, Talent Management at Vanguard: The Next Phase, featuring speaker, Lynda Risser, Head of HR Business Partner Organization and Organization Effectiveness Services at Vanguard. Vanguard has long held an excellent reputation for its succession planning practices and its ability to provide its emerging leaders with experiences that have allowed them to progress to the most senior levels in the organization. Utilizing a “best athlete” approach, Vanguard has provided rotational assignments to its high potential executives to develop their leadership skills and expose them to colleagues and organizational challenges across the enterprise. Given the growth of Vanguard’s business and its geographical expansion, the company is embarking on a new phase of talent management and succession planning practice that will cement its position as an industry leader. As it continues its successful rotational program, Vanguard is also focusing on developing best in class domain expertise that will enhance the functional excellence of its leaders. Additionally, this new approach delves deeper into the organization to identify and develop earlier career high potentials, as well as provide greater visibility as to where talent gaps may exist at the company. At our October HREA meeting, Lynda Risser, Head of HR Business Partner Organization and Organization Effectiveness Services at Vanguard, will lead an interactive discussion regarding the strategy and tactics employed to move Vanguard to this new phase of its talent and succession practices and the challenges that have been, and must be, overcome for the company to achieve its objectives.
2018 Legislative Overview
Join us in hearing Jonathan Segal’s 2018 Legislative Overview at the Duane Morris Institute as our kick off Fall event! • Speaker: Jonathan Segal, Partner – Duane Morris, LLP This program will cover common gaps and traps in pay equity, implicit bias and other business issues with material legal implications. The program also will cover a discussion of the attorney-client privilege where a lack of understanding of how best to preserve the privilege has created material litigation risks.
HREA Golf Social
Human Resource Executive Alliance would like to invite you to the BMW Championship at Aronimink Golf Club, in Newtown Square, PA, on Tuesday, September 4th. The BMW Championship will feature the top 70 golfers in the world as they vie to win the $10,000,000 Fedex Cup purse. HREA will have access to Trion’s tent at Aronimink but tickets are limited to 20 attendees! Register Today! Breakfast and lunch will be provided along with cocktails as you enjoy the day. This is an all day event but you are welcome to leave at any time. Join us at: Aronimink Golf Club 3600 St Davids Road Newtown Square, Pa 19073. The tent will open at 8:30am
HREA 2018 Summer Social
Join us for an evening of great food, drinks and networking on the spectacular rooftop at Stratus Rooftop Lounge!
HREA - Phillies Night Out!
Join HREA for a night at the ballpark as the Phillies take on the Washington Nationals! Only 20 spots are available - first come, first serve! Register today!
HREA May Event
About 18 months ago, Heather Peters joined the Allan Myers HR team as the VP of HR. In that time, the amazing team there has accomplished what HR teams twice our size have accomplished in twice the amount of time. The team Heather has amazes her with their skill, intelligence, passion, energy, creativity and guts. Their CEO and Senior leadership wholeheartedly trusts Heather and her HR team to do what they do best. They support the ideas and programs they dream up, and helps them ensure their success. Please join us for a discussion about what makes an award winning HR team, and how Heather and her team partner with their Leaders to accomplish great things every day. Heather Peters is the VP, HR for Allan Myers, Inc., a heavy civil construction company that was recently named the Mid-Atlantic Contractor of the Year. Prior to Allan Myers, Heather was the VP, HR for Baker Tilly (formerly ParenteBeard), a public accounting firm, and for Day & Zimmermann, a managed services company specializing in construction, engineering, staffing, security and defense. Heather lives in Elkins Park, PA with her husband Paul, an Attorney with Bello, Reilly, McGrory & DiPippo, their daughter Hsin-Hua who is currently in 3rd grade, their 4 cats and 3 chickens.
HREA Spring Seminar
Dee Grosso, EVP of Human Resources for the Freedom Mortgage Corporation, will provide insights on the strategic role that HR has played in the success and growth of Freedom Mortgage. Established in 1990, Freedom Mortgage is a non-bank, full-service mortgage company that provides mortgage loan originations and servicing for almost 1 million customers nationwide. Freedom has grown to become the nation’s 5th largest mortgage provider, and now has over 5,000 employees. Dee will be joined by Lev Hojda, VP Learning and Organizational Development, who will share his perspective on leadership growth, development and succession planning. Dee will also be joined by Audrey Miller-Greco. Audrey Miller-Greco is the Vice President of Talent Acquisition and Strategy for Freedom Mortgage’s corporate, campus and retail network. She leads a team of talent advisors specializing in executive and corporate recruiting, volume recruitment, university relations, campus brand ambassadors and recruitment operations. Audrey joined Freedom Mortgage in September of 2016, bringing with her 25 years of recruitment experience (20 years of which were in the financial services industry). She held similar roles in the banking and retail industries with corporations such as HSBC, Citizens Bank, TD Bank and Ascena Retail. Audrey has a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management. Freedom Mortgage’s “People Strategy” contributed to two Top Work Place awards and two HR Industry Awards for Excellence in 2016 and 2017. We hope you join us on April 4th at the Union League!
HREA January Symposium
Our January meeting will be a roundtable discussion. Once determined who will be in attendance, a request will be sent out for popular and relevant discussion topics. We will also be soliciting for a few facilitators to lead the discussion!
HREA December Holiday Party
14 N Front St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
Join HREA at Panorama Restaurant in the Penn's View Hotel to celebrate the holiday season and network with your friends. Enjoy the authentic flavors of Italy while enjoying a night out. We hope to see you there!
HREA October Symposium
Hyatt House King of Prussia 240 Mall Boulevard King of Prussia, PA 19406
Cam Hicks, CHRO and Benson Smith, CEO of Teleflex, Inc. will be joining us to describe how they work together to impact company results. In a fireside chat format moderated by 'A Powerful Team - How CEOs and HR Leaders are Transforming Organizations' co-author, John Touey, Cam and Benson will discuss the critical experiences and lessons learned on the way to their success in transforming Teleflex’s business.
HREA September Roundtable Discussion
Duane Morris Institute 30 S 17th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
HREA September Roundtable discussion. Join us in hearing Jonathan Segal’s Legislative Overview at the Duane Morris Institute on September 13th as our kick off Fall event! More details will be posted shortly. Time - 7:30am-9:30am Venue - Duane Morris Institute 30 S 17th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
HREA Annual Summer Social
This Ritz-Carlton 10 Ave Of The Arts, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Join us for an evening of great food, drinks and networking on the gorgeous lobby balcony of the beautiful Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Time - 5:30pm-7:30pm Venue - This Ritz-Carlton 10 Ave Of The Arts, Philadelphia, PA 19102
A Night at the Ballpark
A Night at the Ballpark
Join HREA for a night at the ballpark as the Phillies take on the Houston Astros! Limited Box tickets are available on first come, first serve basis! Don’t miss out on a great summer night filled with food, drinks and some great networking!
HREA June Roundtable Discussion
SAP America | 3999 West Chester Pike | Newtown Square, PA 19073
For our June meeting, we are delighted to have Jewell Parkinson, Head of Human Resources for SAP North America as our speaker. Jewell will be discussing the rationale behind SAP’s decision to move away from annual performance reviews and year-end ratings and to implement a new continuous performance management system at the company that promotes an ongoing, collaborative, forward-looking dialogue on performance. Time - 7:30am-9:30am Venue - SAP America | 3999 West Chester Pike | Newtown Square, PA 19073
HREA Spring Symposium
Hyatt House KOP - 240 Mall Blvd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
Kym Johnson, CHRO and Mike Shannon, CEO of Houghton International will be presenting and discussing how they work together to have a transformational impact on company results. Their presentation will be based on the findings from their interview in a new book co-authored by Scott Rosen, David Pinette and John Touey entitle, 'A Powerful Team - How CEOs and HR Leaders are Transforming Organizations.' Each attendee will receive a complimentary copy of the book at the event. You can also purchase a copy at Amazon.com. Time - 7:30am-9:30am Venue - Hyatt House KOP - 240 Mall Blvd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
HREA Roundtable Discussion
Comcast 1701 John F. Kennedy Blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Join your fellow HREA members for a lively discussion surrounding current hot topics of the HR industry. Topic: Intersection of Diversity & Inclusion and Talent Acquisition. Our panel is excited to hear your questions and comments: Gene Seidle | Comcast | Sr Director - Talent Acquisition Angelina Spruel | Independence Blue Cross | Talent Acquisition Specialist Nicole Wormley | Campbell Soup | Sr. Manager, US Talent Acquisition Ramcess Jean-Louis | Comcast | Director of Workforce Diversity and Inclusion
HREA Holiday Event
Estia, 1405 Locust Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
Join HREA to network and enjoy some delicious food and company while celebrating the holiday season. We hope to see you there!
HREA October Symposium
The Union League 140 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
Join us at The Union League for a presentation from Michelle Keefe CEO & Andrew Adams EVP Global Human Resources of Publicis Health. Michelle and Andrew were recently interviewed by Scott Rosen and David Pinette for their new book “ A Powerful Team- How CEOs and their HR leaders are transforming organizations.” Michelle and Andrew will reprise their interview in an informative, interactive and instructive conversation with Scott and David. Learn key lessons on why HR matters from a CEOS perspective and how HR at Publicis Health is impacting the results of the organization in more ways than you might have considered. Learn also about the new book co authored by David, Scott and John Touey.
HREA Roundtable Discussion
Philadelphia Media Network, 801 Market Street, Suite 300, Pladelphia, PA 19107
Join your fellow HREA members for a lively discussion surrounding current hot topics of the HR industry.
HREA Summer Social
Celebrate summer with HREA while enjoying a beautiful rooftop view!
Stratus Rooftop Lounge 433 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
HREA June Event at the PGA Tour
Enjoy a great day of golf on us!
Please join your HREA members at one of the premier sporting events in the Philadelphia area... The Sr. Players Championship will be held from June 9 through 12 at the Philadelphia Cricket Club. On Wednesday June 8th, the HREA will hold one of our popular social events at the Cricket Club during the final practice round of the Sr. Players Championship. We will provide valet parking, breakfast and access to the HREA hospitality suite for the duration of the day. You can watch Sr. PGA’s top players from the comfort of our suite or explore the beautiful grounds of the Cricket Club. A Sr. PGA representative will also give our group a “behind the scenes” tour. Please join us at 8am for breakfast and networking followed by an insiders tour at 9am. Seating is limited to 25 so please sign up soon!
HREA April Symposium
Presentation by Linda Schellenger of Telerx. Linda will tell her story in her journey from HR to CEO, what worked and what she might have done differently if she did it again.
The Philadelphia Country Club 1601 Spring Mill Road Gladwyne, PA 19035
HREA March Symposium
Tuesday, March 8th from 7:30 - 9:30AM at the Union League, 140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
What are you doing to attract the next generation of talent to your company? Join HREA for our March meeting to hear Deborah Diamond, President of Campus Philly, discuss how internships add to recruitment and retention success with the early career workforce and contribute to graduates of local colleges and universities choosing Philadelphia as the place to start their careers.
HREA January Symposium
Wednesday, January 13th from 7:30 - 9:30AM at the Union League, 140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Our January discussion will be led by Steve Wray, Executive Director of the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia. Steve will provide us with the Economy League’s perspective on regional economic prospects for 2016 and beyond, as well as highlight the League’s work in promoting education and talent development initiatives designed to strengthen the regional talent pool. We anticipate a lively and interactive discussion.
HREA Holiday Celebration
Join HREA at Zahav to celebrate the holiday season and network with your friends. Enjoy the authentic flavors of Israel's cultural heritage while sipping on an exotic cocktail from their award winning cocktail list. We hope to see your there!
HREA Holiday Celebration, Wednesday, December 9 from 5:30 - 8:30 pm at Zahav 237 Saint James Place Philadelphia, PA 19106 (Located next to the Ritz 5 at 2nd and Walnut)
HREA November Symposium
Join us for HREA's November Symposium with a special presentation from Doug Clayton, Global Learning and HR Leader at SES.
HREA November Symposium Tuesday, November 10th, 7:30am-9:30am The Union League 140 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
HREA October Symposium
Join us for our October Symposium with Jeff Westphal, CEO of Vertex Inc. Vertex is a privately held tax compliance software solution company with over 800 employees. Jeff will share the Vertex story and provide insight on how they have made adjustments
Tuesday, October 13th from 7:30 - 9:30AM at the Union League, 140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
HREA's Summer Social Event
Join us for some refreshing cocktails and networking with your peers, in the beautiful Ritz Carlton Rotunda.
HREA's Summer Social Event Tuesday, July 21st 5:30pm-8:00pm The Ritz Carlton 10 Avenue of The Arts Philadelphia, PA 19102
HREA June Symposium
Join us for HREA's June Symposium with a special presentation from John Meyers, CEO of Rentokil
The Union League 140 S. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19102
HREA Spring Social Event
Join HREA on May 19th from 5:00 - 7:30 PM for our Spring Social Event!
Enjoy private access to the collection from 5:00 – 6:30pm followed by cocktails and networking with your friends and peers in the garden. Immerse yourself in the greatest private collection of post-impressionist and early-modern art. Explore more than 3,000 masterpieces, including 180 Renoirs, 68 Cézannes, 59 Matisses, 46 Picassos, 16 Modiglianis, and 7 Van Goghs, plus textiles, metalwork, decorative objects, African sculpture, Native American ceramics and jewelry, and Pennsylvania German furniture. Register today to join us for a unique and cultural experience!
Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 5:00pm-7:30pm 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Philadelphia, PA 19130
HREA April Symposium
Duane Morris, LLP 30 South 17th Street, Philadelphia PA 19103Top 10 Legal Developments That (Should) Keep You Up at Night presented by Jonathan Segal, Partner at Duane Morris, LLP.
HREA February Symposium
eBay Enterprise 935 First Avenue, King Of Prussia, PA 19406
HREA's Holiday Event
Maggiano's Little Italy, 1201 Filbert Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
HREA's November Social Event
Di Bruno Bros. 930 S. 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
HREA October Roundtable
Philadelphia Country Club, 1601 Spring Mill Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035
HREA September Symposium
The Union League of Philadelphia, 140 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
Revolution House, 200 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
The Union League of Philadelphia
Public Affairs Committee Presentation by Steve Forbes, Editor-in-Chief, Forbes Media
Day & Zimmermann
"Translating Business Strategy into Practical HR Strategy" by Beth Albright, SPHR, Sr. VP, Human Resources, Day & Zimmermann
The Great Work Presentation
The Union League
Crown, Cork and Seal
Human Resource Leaders Roundtable
Organizational Change to Enable Large-Scale, Transformational Change – the Key Role for HR
The Union League, 140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
HREA's September Symposium
Presented by Donna Venable, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Ricoh Americas
HREA's Summer Event
HREA is sailing through the summer! Well at least we will be meeting on a ship. Your next HREA meeting will be on July 23rd at 5:30pm, aboard the fabulous Moshulu, docked at Penn's Landing in Philadelphia. Please join your fellow HREA members on our private deck for cocktails and light hors d'ouevres as we celebrate the mid-point of summer and our growing HREA membership.
Human Resource Leaders Roundtable
One of the top requests for an HREA event is to have a roundtable discussion where Human Resource Leaders can discuss issues in an informal setting. Join us on May 15 for our first HREA Roundtable. A list of current and important issues will be obtained from the registered attendees and will be discussed at the meeting. Seating will be limited so register early.
World Affairs Council of Philadelphia presentation
Thomas Friedman's newest book, co-authored by Michael Mandelbaum and titled That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We Can Come Back, analyzes the four main challenges facing the United States and its future: globalization, the information technology revolution, the nation’s chronic deficits, and its pattern of energy consumption. As they explain: “...we can write a happy ending, but it is up to the country — to all of us — to determine whether it is fiction or nonfiction. We need to study harder, save more, spend less, invest wisely, and get back to the formula that made us successful as a country in every previous historical turn.”
Talent Management and Talent Acquisition Philadelphia Phillies Style:
Talent Management and Talent Acquisition Philadelphia Phillies Style: An evening with Ruben Amaro, General Manager of the Philadelphia Phillies Presented by Ruben Amaro, General Manager of the Philadelphia Phillies The Human Resource Executive Alliance (HREA) and the Talent Acquisition Leadership Alliance (TALA) presented this joint event featuring a dynamic presentation from Phillies General Manager, Ruben Amaro, about how the Phillies handle talent management and talent acquisition followed by group Q&A plus a delicious ball park reception and tours of the park.
HREA's Holiday Event with Special Presentation
Presentation by Lisa M. Buckingham, Executive Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer for Lincoln Financial Group. HR is often overlooked as a business enabler. Lisa Buckingham, head of Human Resources and Corporate Marketing at Lincoln Financial Group, will share how she has made HR a strategic partner in Lincoln’s growth and success. To start, it is acquiring, retaining, developing and motivating your company’s talent. Those are things any great Human Resources organization will do. But it goes beyond that – being a strategic partner means understanding your company’s balance sheets, and how you can empower your employees to grow your organization. Lisa’s work has helped to transform LFG into a culture that encourages employees to learn, experiment and professionally stretch – while being more closely than ever aligned with the business. Lisa Buckingham is responsible for all Human Resources practices and policies for Lincoln Financial Group. She is also responsible for overseeing the corporation’s Brand & Enterprise Communications and Corporate Social Responsibility activities. She reports to the President and Chief Executive Officer, Dennis R. Glass.
HR Executive Forum
HR Executive Forum - The Role of the Human Resource Executive in Supporting and Enhancing Board/CEO Alignment and Sustainable Enterprise Value This program focused on strategies and practices for building bridges across the core leadership team comprised of the Chief Executive, Board and Chief Human Resources Officer. Recognizing that any Board is a working group and, as such, requires strong leadership and an effective culture, this session will seek to identify key questions that an HR executive should be facile with in order to assess Board culture and evaluate the likelihood of a successful partnership with the organization and CEO. We explored ways in which the HR executive can proactively serve as an advisor on how to best manage and leverage these relationships in service of long-term enterprise value. Panelists: William H. Morgan, Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources, NASDAQ OMX Paul Dumas, Chief Human Resources Officer, VWR Ed Clemons, Human Resources Executive Leader Facilitator: Leslie G. Mayer, President/CEO – Mayer Leadership Group
Philadelphia Cricket Club
HREA members and prospective members enjoyed an afternoon of professional golf instruction, followed by a relaxing cocktail hour at the famous Philadelphia Cricket Club. Wissahickon Clubhouse, 6025 West Valley Green Rd, Flourtown, PA 19031
HR Executive Forum
The Union League, 140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 HR Executive Forum - Why Good People Can't Get Jobs Speaker: Peter Cappelli, the George W. Taylor Professor of Management at The Wharton School and Director of Wharton’s Center for Human Resources. One of the big puzzles from The Great Recession is that despite the massive level of unemployment so many employers seem to complain about the difficulty in finding the skills they need. What does this complaint reveal about the needs of employers as well as what might be wrong with the hiring process in the US? We will also consider what employers ought to do to address these concerns. Presented by Peter Cappelli, the George W. Taylor Professor of Management at The Wharton School and Director of Wharton’s Center for Human Resources. He is also a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA, served as Senior Advisor to the Kingdom of Bahrain for Employment Policy from 2005-2005, and from 2007 is a Distinguished Scholar of the Ministry of Manpower for Singapore. Click here for this session's presentation!
HR Executive Forum
Speaker: Rob Croner, Sr. Vice President, Human Resources for the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) As the healthcare industry evolves and new models of care delivery and approaches to healthcare become more prevalent – and, as patient safety and quality continue to be critical challenges – organizations such as The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia must be prepared for change. In this session,Rob Cronen shared CHOP’s perspective on industry trends, and how the organization’s culture intersects with continuing to deliver cost-effective, safe and high-quality care amidst industry changes.
Suite compliments of TRION Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia, PA 19130 HREA members and prospective members enjoyed a night at the 76ers as they took on the NY Knicks.
A Morning with Van Gogh
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelpha, PA 19130 HREA members and prospective members enjoyed a morning at The Philadelphia Museum of Art where they connected with colleagues and toured Van Gogh Up Close. Van Gogh Up Close is a comprehensive exhibit of many of the painter’s masterpieces from collections around the world.
The Union League, McMichael Room
140 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102 Speaker: Richard P. Miller, CEO of Virtua Recap: On Friday December 2nd, HREA held our final event of the year. It is safe to say that the group had plenty of “takeaways” from Richard Miller, CEO of Virtua Health. Richard described his leadership strategies around talent management. Virtua has achieved the highest engagement scores in their industry (80%!) and has achieved profitability during these challenging times in healthcare. Richard believes the talent management strategies at Virtua are directly responsible for their success.
Building a Culture of Engagement and Service to Drive Results and Become a "Top Workplace" Winner
Thursday, September 15, 2011 5:00pm-8:00pm Del Frisco’s in Center City Building a Culture of Engagement and Service to Drive Results and Become a "Top Workplace" Winner Presented by: Mark A. Turner, President and Chief Executive Officer and a Director of WSFS Financial Corporation and WSFS Bank, and Peggy Eddens, Executive Vice President and the Human Capital Director for WSFS Bank The Human Resources Executive Alliance met on September 15th at Del Frisco's Restaurant for an evening of delicious food, networking and a "how to" presentation on building a high performance culture of engagement. Those attending left the event with some great takeaways from the leadership at WSFS Bank including: A successful culture is built from the top down with buy in at every step through communications and face to face employee meetings. There is an absolute correlation between high employee engagement scores and satisfied customers and profitability. Culture drives engagement. Measurement is important and results must be shared with all employees. They need to understand the purpose of the business. Success stories that align with your mission should be shared to reinforce the good work your employees execute each day.
Hr Executive Symposium
Thursday, May 19, 2011 4:30pm-7:00pm Pyramid Club of Philadelphia HR Executive Alliance Symposium: Building a Company Known to be a Great Place to Work Speakers: Scott Scherr, Founder of Ultimate Software Group, Inc. and Missy Graffe, an engagement expert for WorkplaceDynamics