University of Wisconsin–Madison

2021 HR Trends: New World of Work — Are you keeping up?

Learn key HR trends for 2021 and how organizations are optimizing HR strategies to succeed in the new world of work.

Overview

We live in an era of constant innovation and change. Yet trying to keep up with the latest HR strategies and trends while managing your day-to-day work is challenging.  Annually, QTI surveys hundreds of employers to better understand HR challenges and leading trends to overcome these challenges.  This survey explores topics such as talent attraction and engagement strategies, compensation and benefit plans, diversity and inclusion programs, and more.  Join us as we share QTI’s latest survey results where we will provide you with data to drive decision making and actionable solutions to help your organization reach its full potential through people.  Session attendees will receive a complimentary copy of survey results to support their 2021 HR strategic plans.

Learning Objectives

    • Learn the top HR trends and what high performing organizations are doing to attract, retain, and engage talent.
    • Learn the compensation and benefit trends to budget appropriately for your 2021 payroll.
    • Learn how your organization can enhance its HR practices to be more competitive in the new world of work.

Registration

Location: Online (link will be sent to participants)

Schedule: 9:00 am- 10:00 am

Date: October 6, 2020

Fees: This course is being offered at no cost to participants due to the generosity of The QTI Group. Although there is no charge to attend, participants must register here.

Instructor

 

Summer RectorSummer Rector, SHRM-SCP

Vice President, HR Consulting at The QTI Group

Summer is QTI’s VP, HR Consulting and previously worked at Mercer, DayNine-Accenture, and HCSC. Summer also serves as a SHRM Learning System instructor, Graduate School of Banking – HR Management School faculty member, and UW-Madison HR guest lecturer. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management and Human Resources from UW-Madison and the SHRM-SCP designation.