TLNT Webinar

The Happy Worker: New Strategies for Wellbeing Throughout the Employee Journey

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A CNBC article from earlier this year reported that 57% of U.S. and Canadian workers are experiencing stress on a daily basis. These feelings are attributed to a combination of factors and events, including: fears surrounding the Coronavirus, concerns about falling ill, anxiety about money, and racial trauma. 

With so much pushing against workers, many employers are making a focused effort on doing what they can to support their workforces. Some companies have even expanded their wellbeing initiatives so that workers can enjoy the benefits pre-hire, during employment, and post-employment. 

In our upcoming webinar Dr. Liana Epstein, Tracie Sponenberg, and Tamara Rasberry will tackle the topic of making HR more human. They will touch on a number of initiatives and strategies that foster healthy and happy workforces, including: 

  • Hiring for soft skills and job fit
  • Understanding employee career motivations
  • Supporting professional development
  • Promoting a culture of mobility 

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Presented by:

Liana Epstein

Liana has over a decade of experience generating and implementing strategic insights that help organizations drive diversity, equity, and inclusion. She stays on the cutting edge of research technology, with an extensive background in both psychology and artificial intelligence. She loves wrangling data to find elegant, actionable solutions to complex challenges. Liana has a B.A. in Psychology from Yale University and a Ph.D. in Quantitative Social Psychology from University of California, Los Angeles.

Tamara M. Rasberry

Tamara M. Rasberry, SHRM-CP, PHR, currently serves as the Director, HR & Operations for a national nonprofit organization and is the owner of Rasberry Consulting, LLC, an HR consulting firm specializing in developing strategies for inclusion, diversity, equity and belonging with a focus on addressing mental health in the workplace. Her over 20 years of HR and nonprofit experience have included in-house and consultant roles with nonprofit organizations of all sizes in the DC Metropolitan area. 

Tamara serves on the Ethics Advisory Board for Arena Analytics, holds the SHRM Inclusive Workplace Culture Specialty Credential and is certified in Mental Health First Aid. She is passionate about going beyond representational diversity to creating inclusive and psychologically safe workplaces that put people first while still reaching strategic goals. Tamara’s thoughts on mental health and diversity & inclusion have been sought and shared by multiple mainstream media outlets including Forbes, SHRM HR Magazine, WorkHuman, Ultimate Software and the New York Times.

Tracie Sponenberg

Tracie Sponenberg is Chief People Officer of The Granite Group, a wholesale distributor with 50 locations across New England. She has spent her career working with CEOs to align people & business strategies, in industries like publishing, health and wellness, and professional services.   Formerly a paper-pushing, compliance-driven HR person, she became a people-first business leader several years ago, and has since made it a mission to help others do the same, through speaking around the globe,  co-founding DisruptHR NH and HR Rebooted, and writing daily short LinkedIn blogs.  A bookworm & introvert, several years ago started getting comfortable with being uncomfortable and it changed her life for the better.