The future of work:

HR’s role in helping employers and employees thrive

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Speaker: Trish McFarlane, CEO, Principal Analyst at H3 HR Advisors

The nature of work has changed drastically. Just decades ago, workers sought out pensions and stability, but now the workforce is more concerned with meaningful work, flexibility and mobility. Demographic, economic and technological changes are shaking up the way we work. With such vast shifts underway, HR cannot keep playing to the same old script – but what is its new role?

View this webcast to hear leading HR analyst, Trish McFarlane, explore the evolving roles of employers and employees, and reveal – drawing on her experience and research in the field – how HR can help impact organizational performance by adapting to the new world of work.

In this webcast, Trish will examine:

  • Why work today is so different, and where it's heading
  • Trust, authenticity and the blurring of professional and personal lives
  • Creating a positive, non-toxic, freedom-based workplace
  • Your next steps to taking action

Speaker: Trish McFarlane

McFarlane-Headshot-2016-crop.jpgTrish McFarlane, author of the HR Ringleader blog, is the CEO of H3 HR Advisors and CEO/ Co-Founder of HRevolutionize, LLP.   She is a HR executive and analyst with over 15 years of experience in Big 4 public accounting, PR, healthcare, and IT.  She works with global companies to expand their reach and refine their HCM strategy.

Trish co-founded HRevolution a conference that highlights emerging trends and the future of HR.  She also co-founded the Women of HR blog in order to give a voice to practitioners who are passionate about issues affecting women in the workplace.

Trish is the co-host of the most listened to HR industry podcast, the HR Happy Hour.  She joins her co-host, Steve Boese, in episodes that focus on what is important to the HCM industry and leaders.  She has been a featured author on,, and many industry-focused blogs.   She has also been cited in the Business Journal publications, USA Today, and HR Executive Magazine online.

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