The workplace landscape has changed during COVID and will again in the post-COVID world. The data indicates that returning to the workplace we knew before COVID is highly unlikely and there is no-one-size-fits-all approach to what the workplace will look like. This session will discuss from a human resource management and legal perspective, issues, options, and potential pitfalls that employers must consider in the future workplace.
Recognize and explore future workplace considerations and how to frame them around three areas: a) in-person workplace, b) hybrid workplace, and c) fully remote workforce
Determine various factors to consider in making business decisions about your workplace post-COVID
Identify potential post-COVID issues ranging from recruitment and retention to workplace infrastructure, culture, performance management and compensation
Associate General Counsel and Employment Law Unit Chief,
Department of Justice
Chief Human Resources Officer and Deputy Chief Administrative Officer,
Congressional Budget Office