The HR Acuity® Employee Relations Roundtable Quarterly Call

In addition to our annual Roundtable events, we host Quarterly Conference Calls exclusively for senior ER/HR leaders who are members of our empowER community. The calls provide an informal forum for participants to ask for help with a current challenge and/or share practices on specific topics.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Who can participate?

By invitation only, this forum will be limited to all past and present Roundtable Participants and senior leader members of the empowER community who want to join the call.

What is it?

A one-hour call to keep the dialog going — sharing challenges and discussing issues on a more regular basis with ER leaders you know and respect.

Where?

We will meet via a Zoom video call in empowER - the online community for employee relations professionals. 

When?

2:00 PM, EST, typically the second Wednesday of the month, 2 weeks before the Quarter ends. Here are the dates for upcoming Roundtable Quarterly Calls.

2022 Roundtable Calls:

  • Wed. March 16
  • Wed. June 15
  • Wed. Sept 14
  • Wed. Dec 14

You can register for the Quarterly Calls in empowER any time you visit the community and add them to your calendar.

How does it work?

A few weeks prior to each call, we send an email soliciting topics/issues you want to discuss. We will choose 1-2 topics of interest and send an email with the Call Agenda. We will kick off the call and ask the Roundtable member who submitted the topic to provide some context and let the discussion unfold.

Will the calls be recorded?

To maintain the confidentiality of discussions with the group, these calls will not be recorded.

What does it cost?

It’s FREE! We only ask that you contribute and engage! But you do need to be an empowER member to have access to the call. If you're not yet a member of empowER, click here to join.

Why?

Because we want to facilitate the dialogue and keep the live discussion and engagement going year-round in the empowER community.