It’s Five O’clock Somewhere
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Hard work and dedication are qualities of top talent, but even the most engaged employees need free time to enjoy their personal life. Spending time with friends, family, and even having some “alone time” are necessary to maintain high engagement levels while on the job. A country song “It’s Five O’clock Somewhere,” expresses a man’s anticipation for the work day to end so he can relax and spend time with his friends. He vents about not having a day off in more than a year and needing a break.
In this webcast, David Miller will reference the song “It’s Five O’clock Somewhere” to illustrate the importance of a healthy work/life balance.
Through this webinar, participants will:
• Learn the benefits of employee engagement
• Discover how providing autonomy in scheduling can increase employee engagement
• Discern how flexible scheduling and work-from-home policies can attract and retain top talent
• Uncover work/life best practices to become an employer of choice
Listen and learn how to examine how supporting a healthy work/life balance can truly impact employee engagement at your organization.
Monster would like to thank David Miller for presenting this webinar.
David W. Miller
Senior Consultant, Avatar HR Solutions
David W. Miller is a Senior Consultant for Avatar HR Solutions and specializes in talent management, data analysis, and communication engagements. He is in charge of administering surveys, facilitating employee feedback sessions, and providing senior leadership with results-oriented advisory services. Some of the major clients he has worked with have included: Ace Hardware, Envirocon, Hitachi, Johnsonville Sausage, Mercy Health System, Murphy Oil, Potash Corporation, RadioShack, Ranken Jordan Children’s Hospital, Spencer Stuart, and Vanderbilt University. Mr. Miller has presented on topics such as eliciting and interpreting behaviors, emotional intelligence, and motivating the multigenerational workforce.
Mr. Miller received his Bachelors of Arts degree from William Penn University, graduating with an emphasis in Psychology. He received his Master of Arts degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, graduating with an emphasis in Industrial /Organizational Psychology.