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When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Compassionate: Conducting Human Centered Layoffs
Downsizing, layoffs, mergers, reorganization or restructuring...these kinds of organizational upheavals are the new normal in business. Whatever the name, whatever the reason, when an employee loses a job, it's a painful, emotional and often devastating experience. As company leaders make tough business decisions that impact an organization's humans, best companies to work for navigate layoffs and major organizational changes with compassion for the impacted employees and TLC for the "survivors." In this highly engaging and super practical "how-to" session, attendees will learn from a moderated panel of HR executives who have been on both sides of the desk during reductions in force.

Aug 29, 2019 10:00 AM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Rae-Ellen Hamilton
US VP of Human Resources @NTT Research, INC.
Rae-Ellen Hamilton is the US Vice President of Human Resources for an Asian-headquartered global provider of enterprise cloud services, network infrastructure and security services with more than 150 data centers and a tier-1 network reaching 190 countries. As an executive with an extensive practice in international human resources management, Rae-Ellen shares her significant experience conducting layoffs the right way.
Stanley Wells
US-Northern Sr. Human Resources Manager @Halliburton
Stanley Wells most recently served as US-Northern Senior Human Resources Manager for one of the world’s largest energy services companies with more than 60,000 people in more than 80 countries all serving in upstream oil and gas. He’ll share his insights from each side of the notification conversation, as both an organizer and recipient of separation agreements.
Erica Wyatt
Chief Human Resources Officer @Intrepid Potash
Erica Wyatt is CHRO for the only producer of potash in the United States, headquartered in Denver, CO, with production facilities in Utah and New Mexico. Erica has been instrumental in directing downsizing's when business needs dictated. Under her leadership, many impacted employees left remaining brand ambassadors for the company based on the excellent treatment and support they received.