On-Demand Webinar: Intergenerational Dependent Care Programs as Employee Benefit

Date and Time

Starts:11/26/2015 12:00 AM

Ends:11/26/2056 11:30 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1 Hour Hour(s)


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Not all employees will have the same work-life balance issues. Baby boomers will most likely have different challenges than Generation Y employees. Age, gender, care-giver demands, marital status and many other factors affect an employee’s work-life balance. This webinar explains the importance of fostering work-life balance, and how offering supportive family-oriented benefits can contribute to assisting with this delicate balance.

The webinar provides information and guidance on how you can:

<  Attract and retain a quality work force

<  Contribute to employee wellness and flexibility options

<  Boost employee engagement and loyalty

<  Decrease absenteeism, turnover and poor morale

Speaker bio(s)
Jamie Marcellus, President

A Registered Nurse, holds a BScN (Nursing) and MBA
•President Since 2014, previously led Corporate Services (operations, sales) at First Health Care since 2011
•Former Director, Clinical Operations/Director, Business Development for Best Doctors Canada Inc., a worldwide leader in healthcare information
•Has been director of several NGO boards
•Experienced in product development, sales, operations and regulatory

Charles Marful, Director, Assurance Talent Team

Charles is EY Canada’s Talent Team Director for the Assurance practice. Prior to joining EY, he served as the National Director of Human Resources for a global consulting firm.

Charles’ experience has covered many talent management areas including aligning HR and business strategies, HR aspects of Mergers and Acquisitions, and Leadership Development.

Charles is on the board of Farm Radio International (FRI). He serves on the editorial board of Human Resources Professional Association’s (HRPA) Professional Magazine as well as on the OB/HR Advisory Council of Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. Charles also served on the board of AIESEC Canada for several years.

He holds an honours degree in Business Administration from the University of Ghana’s Business School and a Master of Industrial Relations degree from Queen’s University at Kingston.

Linda Starr, Director Sales and Marketing

Holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Queen’s University), and Human Resources Management Certificate

•Director of Sales & Marketing at Kids & Company since 2011, for Canada
•Prior to Kids & Company worked for almost 15 years at Ernst & Young in a variety of Human Resource positions as well as Program Manager for the Entrepreneur Of The Year award program
•Has been involved in a number of volunteer activities and positions ranging from Committee Member of Christie Wood Grant Foundation (helping grieving children), to event and fundraising member on Sunshine Foundation of Canada to fundraiser and participant in Meagan’s Walk and Great Camp Adventure for Sick Children’s Hospital and Canadian Women’s Foundation – Women Moving Women campaign