4 key HR strategies to navigate the new “normal” as employees return to work

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As companies start to look toward the future where workers are returning to the office in varying forms, managers will need to prepare for the complex changes that will have to be negotiated. This will include everything from flexible work situations -- including virtual, socially distant, and remote employee behaviors -- to the new rules that keep employees safe, such as mask wearing and social distancing. There are four key strategies HR managers need to embrace. Planning -- how are you taking into consideration all relevant and required changes and factors? Productivity -- what does it look like now, in new working environments? Pivoting -- what should remain consistent, and where should you pivot? And Policies -- what policies and processes need to be re-examined or created in order to adapt to and be compliant with requirements for the new workplace normal? Being prepared with the right HR strategies in place before workers return to the new workplace normal will help ensure that your company is compliant and your employees will be safe and productive. Register now for this VB Live event to learn from HR experts on what the ongoing COVID-19 landscape could mean for small- to mid-size business owners, and how to effectively transition your employees from traditional workplace environments and habits to the pandemic world. You'll learn about: - The 4 P’s: Planning, Productivity, Pivoting, and Policy - Getting HR systems in place - Communicating and enforcing new HR rules - Impacts on compensation and benefits Speakers: - Sylvia Lan, Senior HR Director, Stem - Darby Starnes, Manager, HR Strategy & Content, TriNet - Stewart Rogers, Moderator, VentureBeat

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