Kevin Martin, CRO, Institute for Corporate Productivity, Mark Goodman, Partner, Robin Samuel, Partner, Baker McKenzie
Consider these statistics from the Institute for Corporate Productivity, a human capital research firm:
-60% of companies have a coronavirus task force dedicated to developing a ‘return to workplace’ strategy
-68% of companies with a coronavirus task force have CHROs on that team
As workplaces reopen across the country, HR leaders are in uncharted territory, dealing with a multitude of complex issues, including variances in federal, state and local restrictions; how to address employees’ workplace safety concerns; and the permanent changes that workforces may undergo.
As regulations and best practices continue to evolve, there are fresh insights that you as an HR leader can gain from on-the-ground experiences of your peers, as well as guidelines and strategies that you can follow as you manage the return to the workplace and think about what the future may look like.
This webinar will provide you with quantitative data and qualitative insights into how peers are conducting return-to-workplace planning, gauging workforce sentiment and considering how to manage talent in innovative ways. You will also learn what topics to address as workplaces reopen.
-benchmarking data from Fortune 1000 companies
-what’s top of mind for HR leaders and ‘next practices’ being deployed
-permanent changes anticipated in the workplace and the workforce
-factors to consider when creating a reopening timeline
-strategies for workplace safety and prevention
-questions to consider around testing and health screening
-what to build into workforce communications
-how to manage employee concerns about returning to work and legal considerations for employers
Kevin Martin, Chief Research Officer, Institute for Corporate Productivity
Mark Goodman, Partner, Baker McKenzie
Robin Samuel, Partner, Baker McKenzie