Webinar

Supporting a successful return to work talent strategy post-COVID-19

As organizations begin calling staff back to the workplace, HR business leaders need to navigate the complexity of re-integrating their workforce and essential workers into their facility safely and securely.

In a global economy where organizations have operations around the globe with distributed workforces and the uncertainty about the future of workplace safety, HR professionals need to consider progressive approaches for implementing effective strategies for developing a holistic talent strategy and agile work culture, as the return to traditional workplaces has uncovered many unforeseen and new risks in the time of COVID-19.

HR business leaders need to adapt their protective measures for duty of care for people’s health and well-being, safeguard their operations, and ensure their business continuity. This must be at the forefront of every employer’s return to work strategy.

View this on-demand webinar and learn about flexible, safe employee and workforce entry solutions to control facility access, manage capacity and screen staff to reduce your organization’s risk, and help bring staff back to your facility safely and confidently.

In this webinar, we explore:

  • Current and future measures for advancing duty of care measures for employees and contingent workforces
  • New safety and compliance considerations to help organizations prepare and support their workforces for the future
  • Recommendations for working with the right solution partners for building organizational resilience

Presenters:

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Roger Lall
VP Product Marketing
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Alex Elson
Director of Risk Management and Security Integrator Alliances
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Angie Ng
Director of People and Culture
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