Best HR Practices for Corporate Social Responsibility Implementation


Date and Time

Starts:10/12/2016 1:00 PM

Ends:10/12/2016 4:30 PM

3.5 Hours Hour(s)

Location:
Yorkville Conference Center 150 Bloor St W, 2nd FL Toronto, ON

Price:

HRPA Members:
$200 + Taxes
Non-Members:
$240 + Taxes
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Availability

Additional Information

Registration Deadline:
October 5, 2016

Event Sponsor


Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability can increase employee engagement and retention but it requires a clear implementation strategy. This workshop provides a starting point for managers mapping out their strategic approach for integrating CSR into HR management.


Learning objectives:


<  Vision, mission, values and CSR strategy development

<  Employee codes of conduct

<  Workforce planning and recruitment

<  Orientation, training and competency development

<  Compensation and performance management

<  Change management and corporate culture

<  Employee involvement and participation

<  CSR Policy and Program Development

<  Employee Communications

<  Measurement and Reporting


Who should attend:


Human Resource Directors, Managers, Coordinators


Note:


Please check also The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility workshop, taking place the same day in the morning

Speaker bio(s)
 Kathryn Cooper

Kathryn Cooper

Kathryn is Program Manager, Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility/Sustainability, University of St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto and President of the Sustainability Learning Centre.

She participated in the International Society of Sustainability Professionals’ Task Analysis and Body of Knowledge development for sustainability.

Kathryn is also a member of a Canadian initiative to conduct a nation-wide consultation and survey on the certification of Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility professionals.

Kathryn teaches Corporate Social Responsibility for Nipissing University, and Sustainable Operations and Culture Change and Engagement for Sustainability at Conestoga College.

She is a graduate of York University with a Master of Education on Sustainability and the Environment. She holds an MBA from Wilfrid Laurier University, and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Guelph.