Sr. Partner, HCM Advisory at UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group)
Adjunct Faculty, McDaniel College
Julie Develin, MSHRD, SHRM-SCP, is well-versed in the impact of employee relations, workplace flexibility, and workforce development on business operations. An experienced senior HR leader, Develin works as a Sr. HCM Strategic Advisor. In this role she works with organizations across the country on strategic workplace initiatives to enhance productivity, improve communication, and increase satisfaction across the workforce.
Attracting, hiring, and retaining talent is more challenging than ever, and those in the business of working with or hiring people must find ways to stand out in a crowded job landscape.
Within the words “written” in invisible ink are important agreements between the employer and the employee that shape the relationship, thus affecting employee experience, productivity, satisfaction, and several other important metrics.
If you work in HR—or if you manage people—you’ve entered a contract that is in effect from day one of the employment association. This contract is not written, and it cannot be seen, signed, or notarized.
In this presentation we will discuss the concept of the psychological contract at work and explore the (often forgotten and misunderstood) exchange relationship that has a myriad of impacts from both the employee and employer viewpoints.
Armed with different insights into the “whys” of employee behavior and reactions, you’ll leave this session with new insights to assist managers in building awareness, and you’ll become familiar with the effect the psychological contract has on the workplace and the people in it!
Attract Top Talent to Your Organization
Establishing and Accomplishing Professional Development Goals
Cultivating a Culture of Loyalty