Insights Live Webinar Series: State of the Workforce: Now and Later
Seth Morales and Santiago Jaramillo
About the webinar
Almost every aspect of talent management has changed in recent weeks. From onboarding to offboarding and everything in between, how you lead during this time will directly impact how your company lands on the other side. And what about talent acquisition?
Join seasoned CEOs and experts, Santiago Jaramillo from Emplify and Seth Morales from Morales Group for an honest conversation about the right priorities for your company, We’ll be discussing:
Tips on how to engage your employees that you can use today
Thoughts on what the future of recruitment will look like and what you can do now to get the talent you’ll need
Ideas for how to prepare your company for the future
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Seth brings sharp business acumen and a passion for building meaningful relationships to everything he does at Morales Group. When he joined the company in 2005, he focused his efforts on business development; today he oversees all operations as President of Morales Group.
In addition to his key role at Morales Group, Seth is also deeply engaged with the community at large. Governor Pence appointed Seth to serve on the Indiana Commission for Hispanic Latino Affairs, and Seth also volunteers each summer with Project Stepping Stone, a program that helps Hispanic high school students successfully prepare for college and beyond. In addition, he serves on the board of the Indiana Latino Institute.
Santiago Jaramillo CEO & Co-founder, Emplify
An expert and keynote speaker on employee engagement, Santiago Jaramillo is the co-author of Agile Engagement, an Amazon best-selling book that provides employers with a framework for measuring employee engagement. As the CEO and Co-founder of Emplify, Santiago leads a team of engagement experts in their mission to provide more reliable employee engagement insights for better decision making. Santiago has spoken to and trained thousands of CEOs and HR leaders across small, mid-market, and Fortune 500 companies on the business results of employee engagement.
In 2013, Santiago was named to Inc. magazine’s “30 Under 30” list and was also invited to the White House for recognition of his entrepreneurial contributions through the Champions of Change program. More recently, he received the award for Indiana Latino Businessman of the Year in 2016.