Wednesday | 1:00 PM ET
We are living through a uniquely tumultuous period – conflict, sickness, and economic uncertainty are prevalent, with major implications for our societies as well as our personal and professional lives. In the information age every crisis feels more immediate, threatening, and fully realized – and it is far more difficult to pull away from the news when it pervades every aspect of our digital lives. Like everyone else, employees are looking for reassurance and stability, and HR professionals represent the front line in the organization’s capacity for a unified and effective response. While traditional crisis management has been little more than a series of defined procedures, today’s approach must be more human, proactive, and aligned with larger employee experience, wellbeing, and support initiatives.
This Session will Examine: