Event: A resilient workforce – How to reboot your strategy, data, and technology

  • When: Thursday, 2nd July 2020, 3 PM - 4 PM IST
  • Who should attend: HR Heads, Senior HR Professionals and Managers

The world of work has changed. Organizations world over need to have the ability to anticipate, respond, and adapt to incremental change and sudden disruptions. The workplace challenges that companies are already seeing in the new normal include: flexibility in operations, technology issues related to security, managing workforce engagement and productivity, leadership effectiveness and worker health and safety.

In order to adjust to a new normal, companies have had to go digital to ensure business continuity. In this process, there are new challenges to navigate. Employees are already dealing with issues related to the blurring of work-life boundaries, motivation and productivity.

In order to navigate a dynamic and interconnected world, there’s a need to create a ‘resilient Workplace ‘master resilience at the workplace today. There are 5 steps to create different phases of becoming truly resilient HR organizations – Compliance, Efficiency, Empowerment, Experience and finally resilience. And companies are often at different stages of navigating the change.

Some companies are already seeing comparable productivity levels among a largely remote workforce. In this changed atmosphere, talent is the key to move your business forward. What does it take to build a resilient workforce that not only helps navigate a new business environment but also delivers on the changing goals?

In this webcast, we look at how you should audit your workplace strategy, data, and technology to align them to the single biggest contributor: the individual employee.

  1. What are the characteristics of a resilient workforce?
  2. What are the dos and don’ts of supporting a largely remote workforce?
  3. How can you measure the impact that your workforce has on your business?
  4. What’s changed from a technology and data standpoint? Which metrics matter more than the others?

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Leena Sahijwani

Leena Sahijwani

Vice President- Group Human Resources, Tata Sons Private Limited
Shaakun Khanna

Shaakun Khanna

Head of Human Capital Management Applications, Asia Pacific, Oracle Corporation

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