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    Dinner Meeting: The Maternity Transition – Top Tips for Managers

    Date: January 11, 2016, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
    Hyatt Regency Princeton, Carnegie Center, Rt. 1.
    Networking & registration begins at 5:30pm, meeting starts at 6:00pm.
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    HRMA Dinner Meeting

     The Maternity Transition – Top Tips for Managers

    Presented by

    Karen Rubin, Talking Talent

    January 11, 2016

    Princeton Hyatt Regency

    5:30pm to 8:00pm

     **This program is approved for 1 general credit by the HRCI and 1 professional development credit by SHRM**

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    Companies commonly lose between 20-30% of women in the first few years after having a child, which leads to costly and unfortunate attrition. Join us and discover how to unlock the key to retention and engagement of female talent during a critical life inflection point.

    In this educational seminar, especially tailored to managers, you will learn what savvy organizations can do to manage this critical life transition successfully. With a little help, managers can support their employees to confidently prepare for a maternity leave and minimize the impact for key stakeholders and the business. Attendees will learn practical tips and best practices to improve retention and engagement of their female talent, and ultimately build up the pipeline of women in the workforce.

    Our speaker:

    Karen Rubin, Managing Director for Talking Talent North America, helps companies develop the female talent pipeline and bring more women to the top, thereby increasing diversity in senior leadership. In her role, she oversees the firm’s coaching support for Fortune 500 companies, with programs that enable women and their managers to successfully manage the maternity transition and the child-raising years.

    Talking Talent has coached over 14,000 women and their managers at companies including Bank of America, MetLife, Deutsche Bank, McKinsey, and many others across the globe. This support reduces attrition, keeps women in the workplace, and improves P&L.

    Karen earned degrees from New York University's Stern School of Business (MBA in Marketing) and from The University of Michigan (B.A., English, High Honors, Phi Beta Kappa). Karen has 16 years of industry experience at companies including DIRECTV and Showtime Networks, she is a certified coach, and is committed to helping women succeed in the workplace.

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