Back to Work Summit
May 27, 2020 at
A collection of resources gathered by the editors at Talent Canada to help employers, senior business leaders and HR professionals successfully navigate the pandemic.
Documents and Whitepapers
This PDF, subtitled ‘Charting a course forward’ from XDesign provides information on policy development, space planning, operational changes, material selection, technology impacts and mechanical systems.
Download your free copy today at https://www.talentcanada.ca/pandemic-workplace-planning-pdf-for-employers/
During her opening remarks, Filomena Tassi – the federal Minister of Labour – mentioned resources available from CCOHS, including sector-specific sheets to help employers and employees reopen safely.
For more information visit https://www.ccohs.ca/outbreaks/
Dave Ulrich is one of the brightest and most-respected minds when it comes to the realm of employers and HR. He is a professor at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business and co-founder of the RBL Group. He wrote this series of articles to provide advice to leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Enabling your personal response to the coronavirus
Under pressure, rocks become either diamonds or dust
How to re-enter the office work setting
As employees emerge from working at home to return to office work, they often want to share experiences and personal stories
What’s next in the post-coronavirus world?
Five principles in progress including personalization, redefining boundaries and tolerating uncertainty
What’s next in the coronavirus crisis? Phases of a crisis and HR responses
By defining the talent, leadership and organizational implications ahead, business and HR leaders can react to the present and prep for the future
Insights for making working at home work
How can business and HR leaders manage challenges and find opportunities in the new realities of working at home?
HR’s role in a crisis
In the face of dramatic contextual jolts, HR deliverables of talent, leadership and organization become even more pivotal
Leadership confidence in times of uncertainty
A crisis is a terrible thing to waste