Workforce Webinars and Podcasts


Aug 23, 2021
[WEBINAR] ASHHRA, in collaboration with the Chaplaincy Innovation Lab, presents this timely webinar to discuss an important topic. Chaplains are increasingly being approached to discuss or support applications for exemption from COVID-19 vaccine mandates in healthcare systems and other institutions. This webinar will help chaplains, spiritual care managers, and others to prepare for those conversations. Attendees will hear legal, HR, administrative, and spiritual care perspectives on this critical issue. This webinar seeks not to provide a one-size-fits-all solution to these difficult issue, but instead to help chaplains and others prepare their own responses as appropriate in their own settings.
Aug 16, 2021
[WEBINAR] While the statement “if there is no documentation, it didn’t happen” is not 100% true in reality, it is very true in the world of litigation- especially in employment litigation. Employers can have correct policies, rules and practices, but if they fail to properly document, they could find themselves in a tough spot if an employee sues for discrimination or under another employment statute. During this webinar, we will explore the importance of documentation with reference to employment issues and provide best practices guidance to HR professionals in the health care setting.
Aug 14, 2021
[WEBINAR] Health care is a team sport. Interdisciplinary teams excel when we respect and remain focused on the shared vision, mission and values. We work together to continuously improve lives, we all play a part in shaping and living the culture of our organizations, and we are all called to make meaningful contributions with a lasting positive impact. This webinar is designed to assist participants in being active allies/advocates for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. Participants will learn how to be more active in advocacy, making a commitment to shape the experiences of marginalized groups in the workplace, and create impactful contributions in the health care field.
Jun 25, 2021
[WEBINAR] Evaluating and meeting our staffing needs is one of the most important and complex challenges facing hospitals, long term care facilities and other health care settings today. Providing appropriate staffing levels requires both a rigorous patient volume and acuity measurement system and a sufficient and flexible staffing plan. This webinar will address both of these critical imperatives. Our patients deserve and our employees demand that we do a better job of getting our staffing levels right.
May 5, 2021
[WEBINAR] Join renowned health care speaker Vicki Hess and culture expert Alex Powell for an insightful discussion on how improving connection and recognition in health care organizations increases employee engagement, wellbeing and, ultimately, patient care. You’ll walk away with practical, tactical ideas for how to positively impact the teams you support.
May 3, 2021
[WEBINAR] As we work to return back to our new normal, what are some of the short and long-term considerations that health care organizations need to evaluate in order to ensure success moving forward? Join Prudential Retirement’s Marc Howell and Robert Luciani for an interactive discussion as they debut new research conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit. This research, which surveyed both health care executives and workers, serves up some new insights relating to the worker/organization relationship, emerging talent needs, and accelerated digital transformation. 
Apr 7, 2021
[WEBINAR] Most Americans buy more health insurance than they need, often spending over a $1,000 in excess annually. Troublingly, overpaying disproportionately affects lower income populations: Studies show that lower wage earners are more likely to choose the wrong health plan and overpay, also making them less likely to save for retirement.
Mar 10, 2021
[WEBINAR] The world has changed professionally and personally. Not since 9/11 have we been challenged to change how we live, work and socialize. None of us are the same now that a pandemic has shown us a new normal. People are uncertain, scared and worried about their jobs. To retain talent, we must understand the effect change has on staff or risk losing them to a competitor. Addressing concerns openly can increase retention, grow productivity, and lower stress and health issues.
Mar 1, 2021
In this three-part workshop series led by a former health system CEO and authority on staff engagement, we’ll explore recent research around the changing workplace climate and specific leadership practices that can combat disengagement and burnout at all levels of the organization.