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NAPERVILLE, ILL., May 6, 2020 —To assist industry employers with efforts to transition employees back to work, tomorrow C2HR will launch a webinar series titled “The Re-Entry Journey.” The first topics in the series will focus on employment law, the return to work strategy and workspace design (see details below), and the association plans to announce more topics in the coming weeks.
While webinars are typically free for C2HR members, these webinars are free for anyone to participate. Online registration is at https://c2hr.org/events/webinar-series/. The webinars are generously sponsored by C2HR Champions Charter Communications and The Cable Center.
Employment Law: Preparations & Considerations
May 7, 2:00 p.m. ET
The coronavirus threat will still be active when many employers begin to return employees to the job. What will you do when employees refuse to return? When some have been sick but not diagnosed? When social distancing measures remain in place? When some parts of the country (or even your city) are “more open” than others? What should employers do to prepare? Featured speakers include two partners from Kelley Drye & Warren LLP’s Barbara Hoey and Mark Konkel. The two co-chair the law firm’s labor & employment division. Registration is available at https://c2hr.org/events/webinar-series/.
Strategizing the Return of Your Workforce
May 12, 2:00 p.m. ET
A former CHRO with deep expertise in the human capital function, Susan Gunn, managing director of EY People Advisory Services, will provide insight into how your organization can prepare for the transition back to work and upcoming transformation of the enterprise in light of lessons learned from the pandemic crisis. She’ll provide a strategic lens, coupled with operational execution, to the challenges leaders are facing in today’s uncertain world. Registration is available at https://c2hr.org/events/webinar-series/.
Rethinking Workspace Design & Logistics
May 14, 1 PM ET
When it’s time to transition employees from WFH back to the workplace, there is a lot to consider—from social distancing and space allocations to rethinking the corporate food court and elevator usage. We’ve assembled a group of experts to share both short-term actions as well as long-term design strategies that will ensure the wellness, productivity and sense of connection among your employees in a post-pandemic workplace. The panelists are Leslie Mulcahy, director of project management-real estate at Charter Communications; Krista Sinker, senior director of campus operations & planning at Comcast; Heather Turner Loth, workplace strategist at EUA and Kitty Yuen, workplace architect and principal at EUA. Registration is available at https://c2hr.org/events/webinar-series/.
Content & Connectivity Human Resources (C2HR) is a professional association serving 4,300 members from nearly 50 companies spanning the telecommunications, technology, media and entertainment sectors. C2HR provides industry-specific analytics, information and resources, as well as networking and educational opportunities. Its groundbreaking initiatives include its Annual Compensation Surveys and HR Symposium. For more information, visit www.C2HR.org.