2020 was a year of unprecedented change for the workforce. In spite of the challenges, many employees continued to pursue education and work to improve their economic mobility.
In this upcoming webinar from Chief Learning Officer, hear from key leaders at CAEL and the McDonald’s Corporation, which has experience in creating and providing restaurant employees with education programs that support a new vision for the employer-employee contract. It’s one that includes external education and career development support. As the McDonald’s team has re-imagined work, they see education as a key driver of employee development and business success. In partnership with Accenture, McDonald’s has conducted an extensive study on the ROI of these programs and has discovered significant, positive impact on employee retention, career mobility and overall sales.
- Understand how employee perspectives of learning and education are shifting.
- Learn about how a leading employer, McDonald’s Corporation, has created an education and career development program that meets the needs of the business and the needs of its restaurant employees.
- Learn about a framework for capturing and measuring ROI for employer-sponsored learning programs.
SpeakersElizabeth Hibner, Senior Director, Impact, CAEL
As senior director, impact at CAEL, Elizabeth Hibner has over 15 years of experience supporting employer education programs. She currently works to support the organization’s thought leadership and impact strategy and leads employer initiatives. She has managed and designed tuition management programs and career pathway programs for large companies in a range of industries, including health care, technology services, finance and manufacturing.Lisa Schumacher, Director of Education Strategies and Workforce Policy, McDonald’s Corporation
Lisa Schumacher has more than 25 years of experience in organizational learning and development and is currently responsible for leading the execution of McDonald’s education strategy, Archways to Opportunity, which provides restaurant employees an opportunity to learn English language skills, receive a high school diploma, complete a college degree, and access education advising services.Sameer Joglekar, Managing Director Retail Strategy, Accenture
Sameer Joglekar has more than 17 years of experience in helping clients use data and analytics to help make data driven decisions about their business model, employee experience, and customer offerings across the Fortune 200. He has led data driven transformation that range from improving merchandising and pricing strategy to modernizing the talent and workforce agenda.