HR Symposium

October 1-2, 2018
Philadelphia

  

 

 

 

 HR Awards Luncheon

Join us October 2!



 



 

 

 

 

 

 

CTHRA’s Mission

We provide an industry-specific forum and analytics for HR leaders to enable business success.

Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association
Symposium Awards Luncheon Honorees Announced

Terese Farmen (pictured), Recognition Program Manager for Cox Communications, is CTHRA’s 2019 Aspiring Leader and the Comcast NBCUniversal Disaster Relief Taskforce is the Team Innovator of the Year! Both award recipients will be honored during a special luncheon at the HR Symposium on October 2 in Philadelphia. The luncheon is included in the Symposium registration fee, along with a networking reception, breakfast, keynote address by Dr. Lois Frankel, an industry CHRO panel discussion and two breakout sessions.  Join us for a day of learning, networking and celebrating excellence among the industry’s HR community! The Symposium is 80% sold-out. REGISTER NOW!  

 
Success is Fueled by Feedback

A recent article in Harvard Business Journal examines how employees thrive when they have a psychological safety net. As it turns out, ongoing, constructive feedback helps build a sense of trust among employees which leads to healthy risk taking, the flattening of organizational structures and high functioning teams. In this article, Anil Saxena, Director of Employee Engagement for Comcast Cable, identifies the steps to gain buy in and implement a strategy to infuse feedback into your organizational culture. Anil will delve further into this topic during a breakout session at CTHRA's HR Symposium.      READ MORE        

 

 

 
Technology Can Bridge the Generational Divide

As 10,000 Baby Boomers retire each day, HR professionals face the challenge of avoiding a brain drain when the most tenured employees leave the organization. Raymond Lee, Founder and CEO of Careerminds, explores how technologies like Slack, Trello, Skype and other platforms can be used to facilitate knowledge transfer among generations in the workforce-benefitting everyone from Gen Z to Boomers. Raymond will focus on this topic at CTHRA's HR Symposium.  READ MORE        

 
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