Atlanta CHRO Inner Circle

August 9, 2022 | Legacy Test Kitchen

August 9, 2022
Legacy Test Kitchen

Collaborate with your peers

Join Atlanta's top CHROs for an intimate networking dinner and facilitated discussion on key business challenges. Enjoy a relaxed evening of dinner and drinks with your peers to share best practices, make new connections and build professional relationships.

Join your peers to discuss the most critical issues impacting CHROs today:

Measuring the business impact of employee experience

Creating an employee experience attractive to current employees and potential hires

Atlanta CHRO Governing Body

The Governing Body Co-Chairs shape the summit agenda, ensuring that all content is driven by CHROs, for CHROs.

Governing Body Co-Chairs

Craig Haydamack

Milliken & Company

Terri Lewis

One Call
Chief Human Resources Officer

Jed Milstein

Asbury Automotive Group
Chief Human Resources Officer

Stephanie Murray

Schnitzer Steel
Chief Diversity Officer and VP, HR

Meg Newman

EVP and Chief People Officer

Jill Wilson

Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Talent Development


August 9, 2022

4:30pm - 5:30pm  Executive Networking Reception

5:30pm - 6:45pm  Discussion Topics

Ushering in a New Era of the Employee Value Proposition

Jill Wilson headshot

Jill Wilson

Senior Vice President of Human Resources & Talent Development


Jed Milstein headshot

Jed Milstein

Chief Human Resources Officer

Asbury Automotive Group

Martin Stier headshot

Martin Stier

Global Head of Human Resources, Imaging Printing & Solutions Business

HP Inc.

Timothy Goodly, Ph.D. headshot

Timothy Goodly, Ph.D.

SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer

AMB Group

Ann Burris headshot

Ann Burris

Assistant Deputy Commissioner for HR/ CHRO

State of Georgia - Georgia Department of Human Services

Gartner research tells us that employees who express satisfaction with their experience at work are 60% more likely to stay with an organization. But these days, it takes more than free snacks in the breakroom to keep the workforce happy. Hybrid work environments and a hypercompetitive labor market have completely upended employee preferences and what it takes to attract, motivate and retain employees.

With job moves and lifestyle changes spurred by the pandemic (mostly) behind us, HR leaders are now adapting to longer-term changes in employee expectations and needs. What steps are you taking to ensure your employees feel supported as humans and not just workers?

Join your peers for dinner and discussion around how we can embrace change to redefine the employee value proposition.

Topic 1: Measuring the business impact of employee experience

  • What parameters are you using to measure the success of your employee experience initiatives?
  • What changes have you made to your EVP in the past 12 months? Which were the most effective? Where do you still have room to grow?
  • How have the changes you’ve implemented thus far impacted the broader business?

Topic 2: Creating an employee experience that’s just as attractive to current employees as potential hires 

  • What are you doing to ensure fairness in experiences for existing and new employees?
  • How do you create a cross-company vision to connect every element of the employee experience?
  • How can you embed employee experience considerations into day-to-day business?

6:45pm - 7:15pm  Networking Break

7:15pm - 8:30pm  Summary Discussion & Dinner

8:30pm - 9:30pm  Social Hour

We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming in-person gathering


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