September 17, 2020 • 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

About the Webinar

Date: Thursday, September 17, 2020
Time: 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET

Drive Business Success with Workplace Flexibility

Effective and flexible work—or workflex—is rethinking how, when and where people do their best work in ways that work for all. It’s a fundamental element of the 21st century workplace shaped by advanced technologies, shifting demographics, and a 24/7 global economy. In order to remain competitive, organizations must develop innovative policies and practices that are responsive to employee needs—and enable them to have more control over how they accomplish their work and responsibilities. That’s why top employers are making workflex part of their strategy to attract, retain and engage the best talent. Learn how you can drive business success by harnessing the power of workflex to support your organizational goals and strategy. This session will provide you with knowledge on how to build the business case for workflex, customize a workflex program and share tips on implementation. Discussion will be grounded in the results of national research and best practices from SHRM’s When Work Works Initiative and award winning organizations that demonstrate how workflex can boost retention, engagement and other critical outcomes.

Learning Objectives

  • Build a business case for workflex
  • Design a workflex program that fits your organization’s needs and culture
  • Implement workflex


About Our Presenter

  • Faith Stipanovich, SHRM-SCP | Society for Human Resource Management

Ms. Stipanovich has over 20 years of HR experience working in private and public sectors including working in both union and non-union environments.  She holds an associate degree in Paralegal Studies from Computer Systems Institute in Pittsburgh, PA, a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management from Geneva College, Beaver, PA and a Master’s Degree in Human Resources Management from LaRoche College, Pittsburgh PA.

Prior to joining SHRM as a Field Services Director, Faith was a Senior HR Business Partner for Matthews International, where she supported multiple business units across the Memorialization Division, primarily working with leaders in Bronze manufacturing, Funeral Products Distribution and sales.  Prior to working at Matthews, she worked as a public servant for Allegheny County, as an HR Generalist at Omnova Solutions, Jeannette, PA and at various law firms in the City of Pittsburgh.

Faith is SHRM-SCP certified and most recently served as the Northeast SHRM MAC and on the SHRM Labor Relations Expertise Panel.  She held multiple position on the Pennsylvania State Council of SHRM including the SHRM Foundation Chair, Nominating Committee Chair, District Director, Secretary, Deputy Director and she served 2 years as the State Director for the PA SHRM State Council supporting 27 Professional Chapters, 12 student chapters and SHRM members across Pennsylvania.  She is a member and Past President of the Pittsburgh Human Resources Association (PHRA).

Faith has also been active in volunteering in her community.   She served four years as a School Board Director for Mt. Lebanon School District, the same school district that she attended Kindergarten through high school.   Prior to holding an elected School Board position she volunteered to assist Marching Band and Silk Squad.   Faith is a past President of Transitional Services, Inc., an innovative human services organization transitioning people with mental disabilities (psychiatric and intellectual) into the community.   She recently served on the Board of Directors for the American Cancer Society and the Center for Theater Arts.

Faith lives in Scott Township, Pennsylvania a suburb of Pittsburgh.


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Christine Saricos, CMP
Phone: 317-328-4631