TLNT Webinar

Employee Engagement Essentials

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Disengaged employees cost U.S. companies up to $550 billion a year, proving that employee engagement is a lot more than a buzzword. It is essential to businesses and their livelihood, as much as it is essential to employees. With the current unemployment rate at a low 4.0%, it is a candidate-driven job market, which makes it increasingly important (and challenging) to acquire and also retain top talent. When employees are highly engaged, the emotional connection between individuals and their jobs is statistically proven to reflect positively on business outcomes.

Join Medha Rishi, CEO & Founder at Global HR Advice, and Raj Ramnarine, Global HR Leader and Coach, for a free webinar on Wednesday, May 15 at 2 PM ET.

Attendees will learn:

  • Key components of employee engagement and why they matter
  • How to establish effective strategies to foster improved engagement

Who Should Attend: Anyone in HR or talent acquisition who realizes the importance of employee engagement and employee retention and is striving to strengthen their company’s position on both.

This webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now. Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar, and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day. Everyone who attends the live broadcast will receive HRCI and SHRM credits.




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Presented by:

Medha Rishi

Medha Rishi is the CEO and Founder of GlobalHR Advice, helping start-ups establish HR best practices worldwide. She also leads business development strategy and Human Resources' operations for Akshaya Patra USA, subsidiary of the largest NGO in the world delivering mid-day meals to underprivileged students. Formerly, Medha was a HR executive at Square, Inc., serving as the Retirement committee chair and leading benefits, wellness, immigration and mobility strategies. She has worked with global consulting firms such as Mercer, Aon and Woodruff-Sawyer, developing HR solutions for multinationals worldwide. She considers herself a global nomad, having worked with 63 countries and traveled to about half of them.

Medha is passionate about wellness and community service. This is captured in her leadership experience for healthcare industries (Boards of Twic, International Benefits Network, Global Benefits Association), as well as for non-profits (CFO United Nations-SF, HR chair for city council). In her spare time, she holds a private pilot license, enjoys tennis & golf. 

Medha holds a dual-degree in BioChemistry and Managerial Economics, and a GPHR (Global Professional in Human Resources) designation.

Raj Ramnarine

Raj has a history of leadership as a Senior HR/People Operations/Total Rewards executive in large public, private mid-sized and small (pre-IPO) organizations in varied industries: Internet; Online Content, Smart Devices, Biotechnology, Health Care (pharmaceutical) and consumer goods & retail products.

Raj advises companies and Boards in all areas of HR and works with technology startups to build out their full scale of people and business operations.

Previously, he held executive leadership positions at LeEco (a global streaming video and consumer technology company founded in China, where it leads the market); Airbnb (a leading online marketplace and hospitality service for people to rent short-term lodging); Illumina (a premier biotech company providing sequencing and array-based solutions for analysis of genetic variation and function, in fields ranging from cancer research to agriculture); and Altria Group (Philip Morris USA – tobacco consumer goods).

He led the compensation and benefits function for the Central/Eastern Europe, Middle East & Africa regions at Schering-Plough (now Merck – pharma industry) and held consulting positions of increasing responsibility at Willis Towers Watson (formerly Watson Wyatt Worldwide and Towers Perrin). 

Raj lived and studied in Europe, earning his MBA from the University of Cambridge in the UK. He also holds a MS degree in Technology Management from the Stetson School of Business and Economics, Mercer University (Atlanta) and a BA degree in Management from Morehouse College (Atlanta).