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CAHRS Virtual Fall Partner Meeting - "A Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste: Opportunities for HR During and After COVID-19" - Two Part Series - December 1st and December 8th

Tuesday | December 08, 2020

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CAHRS Virtual Fall Partner Meeting - "A Crisis is a Terrible Thing to Waste: Opportunities for HR During and After COVID-19"


Two-Part Series

Watch the First Session Recording
Session 1: Future of Work After Covid-19 Introduction Slides
CAHRS RA's Future of Remote Work in the Time of COVID-19 Slides
Future of Remote Work in the Time of COVID-19 White Paper


Session 1: Future of Work After COVID-19; Tuesday, December 1: 12:00-2:00pm (EST)
This session will feature CAHRS research and CAHRS partner company representatives on the future of work.  We will examine how companies are creating, adjusting, and communicating their long term hybrid work strategy in consideration of the pandemic and its impact on the way we think about future of work and talent.  In addition, we will discuss the key steps HR leaders need to take to ensure the success of these strategies.

Speakers
Brad Bell - William J. Conaty Professor of Strategic Human Resources and Academic Director, CAHRS
Madhuri Dhiman - Senior HR Business Partner - Workday
Hae-Song Jung - CAHRS Research Assistant, CAHRS
Christina Schelling - Head of HR for Global Corporate Functions - Estee Lauder Companies

Ralf Silva - CAHRS Research Assistant, CAHRS


Watch the Second Session Recording
CAHRS RA's Promoting Mental Health & Well-Being at Work:  The Role of the Manager Slides
Promoting Mental Health & Well-Being at Work: The Role of the Manager White Paper

Session 2: The Role of HR and Line Leaders in Addressing Employee Stress and Mental Well-Being, Tuesday, December 8: 12:00-2:00pm (EST)
This session will feature CAHRS Research Assistants and CAHRS partner company representatives sharing insights on addressing challenges of employee mental health and well-being during the COVID-19 Crisis.  The CAHRS RAs will share findings, insights, and best practices from their CAHRS Benchmarking study on the role of line leaders in addressing employee mental health and well-being, including roles that line leaders are being asked to play, how companies are preparing these leaders to take on these new roles, and how companies are helping line leaders to manage their own stress and mental health.  In addition, Executives from several CAHRS companies will present unique and innovative new practices that they have been deploying to help address employee stress and mental health challenges.

Speakers

Julie Andrews -
Global Wellness & Special Projects Manager, HP
Mary Burnett - Senior Manager of Well-Being, Cigna
Chris Collins - Associate Professor, Human Resource Studies and Director of Graduate Studies, CAHRS
Tiffany Jordan - CAHRS Research Assistant, CAHRS
Nate Mladenovic - CAHRS Research Assistant, CAHRS
Jill Vaslow - Managing Director, Global Benefits and Employee Well-being, Cigna



Registrants will be enrolled in both sessions, although individuals can decide whether to attend one or both of the sessions.