Feel like a revolving door when it comes to retaining employees? Having trouble relating to ‘millennials’ and younger workers? Join us to learn about hiring and retaining employees, how to better relate to younger workers and what keeps them motivated. Colleen Karpinsky Cone, VP, Talent & Culture at Dyn, will speak on Dyn’s success on finding and keeping key employees. Workshop is Wednesday, March 2 from 8-9:30 AM at the Nashua Sports Academy, 90 Northwest Blvd., Nashua. $10 per person includes light breakfast and all materials. Space is limited and advance registration is recommended. Telephone 673-4360. This workshop is sponsored by Lake Sunapee Bank and presented by the Souhegan Valley Chamber of Commerce. A job fair follows at 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Dyn, an internet performance management company in Manchester was started in 2001 and has grown exponentially each year, thanks to attracting and retaining young talent. Colleen Cone and her skilled team build and drive the talent strategy for Dyn and deliver innovative human resource support and solutions that fuel the company’s growth aligned with the Talent team’s mantra of “Keeping Dyn Awesome.”
Partnering with the Senior Leadership Team, Colleen develops and implements strategies, programs, and guidelines (not policies) to support our talent and high performance culture founded on the principles of trust, passion, performance and respect. Colleen oversees all aspects of talent support and evolution, including acquisition and retention, rewards and recognition, performance management, employee relations, compensation and benefits, training, and organizational and leadership development. Since Colleen joined Dyn in July of 2012, the company has grown from just over 100 to 400+ employees globally. Dyn has repeatedly been recognized as a workplace of choice, earning recognition such as Achiever’s 50 Most Engaged Workplaces, Inc. Magazine Hire Power Award: No. 1 Job Creator in NH, and, most recently, #252 on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500.
Active in the community, Colleen has been recognized by New Hampshire’s Union Leader as a 40 Under Forty award recipient and was recently named one of Workplace Magazine’s 2015 Workforce Game Changers, a national award designed to recognize those in workforce management who are pushing the field forward with innovative people-management practices. She has served on numerous boards including Manchester Young Professionals and currently sits on the Board of Directors of Families in Transition.
The Souhegan Valley Chamber of Commerce promotes successful relationships for the business and civic community in the eleven towns of the Souhegan Valley. The Chamber supports economic development and growth, as well as valuable local information and referrals to businesses and the general public. For more information, visit www.souhegan.net or telephone 673-4360.
$10 per person
Souhegan Valley Chamber of Commerce
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