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RI SHRM Monthly Meeting - High Impact Employee Experience

  • 26 Feb 2019
  • 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • 1 New England Tech Boulevard, East Greenwich, RI 02818

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RI SHRM MONTHLY MEETING

February 26, 2019 

7:30-8AM Registration & Networking; 8-9:30AM Program 

High Impact Employee Experience:

A Ground Level Employee Perspective

Newly infused in organizations, the concept of employee experience is quickly becoming the measuring stick for employee embeddedness in the workplace. Common frameworks and definitions of the term lack consensus. While employers grapple with how to define employee experience internally, insights from employees can provide perspective into the moments that matter most to them. 

As part of Bersin’s High-Impact Employee Experience study series, we will explore the results of an interactive focus group that discussed the personal experiences of employees. This session will help HR and employee experience professionals gain greater insight into the experiences, behaviors, and expectations individuals consider important for their own employee experience. 

Upon completion of this sessions, attendees should be able to: 

  • Articulate the impact of positive and negative experiences on productivity
  • List key milestones throughout the employment lifecycle as rated by employees
  • Describe the expectations employees have as customers of experience within their organizations

Christina Rasieleski, Manager & Lead Advisor - Employee Experience & Rewards

Christina Rasieleski focuses on helping organizations build irresistible employee experiences. As the co-lead of Bersin’s Employee Experience research, Christina advises on talent strategies found in Bersin’s research, data-driven industry insights, and more than 20 years of experience. Members appreciate Christina’s ability to turn insights into actionable steps and competitive advantage.

Prior to joining Bersin, Christina held several positions with Hasbro, Inc. and Textron. In these roles she led the reinvention of performance management and organizational change management efforts. She was instrumental in the development of career and mentoring programs and led the organization's Great Place to Work efforts. Christina holds a B.A. in Management from St. Mary’s College of California and a M.A. in HR Management from National University in La Jolla, CA.  She is an active volunteer with youth social and emotional health programs in RI.

Thank You to Our Sponsor!


We are grateful to NEIT for providing us meeting room space. Please, do not park in any spots marked for Admissions.

Free for RI SHRM Paid Members in good standing; $20 for Non-Members and Non-Member Guests. Cancellations and refunds allowed up until 1 day before the event.

RI Society of Human Resource Management, 2019

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