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CEBN Webinar Series: The Changing Workforce in a New Era of Benefits

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The world is changing – and so is the workforce. Sustainable companies looking to attract and retain the best available talent need to offer bold, enterprising benefits options to their teams.

In the spirit of helping clean energy companies across our network meet their recruitment and retention goals, the CEBN is pleased to offer an exclusive webinar series this fall to hear from industry specialists about the changing workforce and a new era of benefits. See the webinar schedule below with links to register as they become available:

  • October 2 – Why Benefits are Important: Workforce Demographics, Attitude Shifts, and the Transformation of Work
  • October 29 – Benefits Your Employees are Working For – menu of benefits other than medical and 401K
  • November 19 – Retirement Plans: Aligning your investments with your values

By attending all three webinars, participants will earn 2.5 hours of SHRM (Society of Human Resource Managers) continuing education credits.

This webinar series is sponsored by Natixis Investment Managers.

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