Few employers — if any — know exactly what their organization’s post-pandemic workplace is going to look like. There are so many factors to consider, not least of which is workforce sentiment. Only a year ago, employees had to learn how to work from home; now they aren’t sure what to expect upon their return. With more uncertainty and disruption on the horizon, employers are struggling to anticipate how to smooth the transition.
But one thing is certain: Your organization’s response to breaking down the pandemic wall and showing employees that you care about them and their mental health should be a key strategy in your return-to-work plan — and long-term.
Join us for an enlightening and interactive session about the importance of putting employees’ well-being first as you prepare to welcome them “back” into the physical workplace, whatever their experience will look like. You’ll explore:
- Employees’ top concerns (or stressors) about their post-covid workplace re-entry — and what they need to feel more comfortable with what’s next
- How living and working during the pandemic shaped employees’ culture, policy, and benefits expectations — and what employers should do next
- Ideas for including employees in the process of designing the post-pandemic work experience
- Ways to get your executive team on board with taking an employee-first approach to providing post-pandemic wellbeing resources
Location & Time
- Ralph Beidelman, Senior Vice President, Global Total Rewards, Discovery Communications
- Tess Martel, Regional Vice President, Sales, Grokker, Inc.
Duration 55 Minutes