Typically, the human resources department is responsible for organizational strategy, staffing, benefits, troubleshooting, coaching, employee education and many other things. It’s the glue that holds everything together. Yet, although 76% of HR Managers are women, their male counterparts often earn 40% more.* In fact, only 1/5 of the highest-earning HR execs in the country are women.**
Join us for the third event in our C-Suite Series, “Masters of Corporate Culture: Boston’s Top Women HR Officers, “to learn what it takes to succeed as a woman HR executive. Hosted by Tomorrow’s Women TODAY, this event will feature a networking reception and panel discussion featuring seasoned participants with a broad range of business acumen and expertise.
We will explore:
* According to U.S. Department of Labor’s 2014 statistics.
** According to HR Executive’s “HR’s Elite: Class of 2013” list printed in September 2014.
Tania Alibrandi, LogMeIn, HR Business Partner Lead for North America & Global HR Operations
Shauna Gilhooly, Boston Bruins & TD Garden, Vice President, Human Resources
Christine Moscaritolo, Au Bon Pain, Chief People Officer
Valerie Samuels, Posternak, Blankstein & Lund, Partner
Melissa Santos, Rakuten USA, Vice President of Human Resources.