AC107 The New Cost of Doing Nothing in HR

  • Day Two
  • Who could predict that just a few months into 2020 the world of work — and our lives as we knew them — would change so immensely? HR had to rapidly shift strategy while workers had to adapt to ever-changing and uncertain working requirements and environments. While challenges abound, this time has provided many valuable lessons that HR professionals can take into the future to mitigate the impact of additional workplace disruptions, assuming the opportunity is seized. Based on shifting expectations, this session will focus on four key actions that HR practitioners can take now to improve workplaces and the employee experience. We will explore how there is a new cost of doing nothing to respond to these dramatic shifts and delve into the potential consequences for HR, businesses, and their people. Now is not a time to be passive: HR is in the spotlight … so it’s time to lead, and act!
  • Session Type:Thought Leadership
  • Learner Outcome 1: Identify key elements to focus on regarding your organization’s response to disruption using the benefit of hindsight
  • Learner Outcome 2: Understand the significance of proper change management procedures on organizational culture
  • Learner Outcome 3: Reimagine business continuity plans to provide for disruptions to the workforce in the future
  • Learner Outcome 4: Recognize the importance of upskilling and reskilling employees in order to stay ahead of skills gaps and talent shortages
  • Product: All Customers (not related to a specific product)
  • Industry: All Customers (not related to a specific industry)
  • Persona: All Customers (not related to a specific job role)
  • Theme: Essentials for Your Employees
  • Level: All Levels
  • Accredited Session: HRCI, SHRM
  • HRCI Credit Details: 1 HR (General) credit hour — must watch session on or before June 1, 2021
  • SHRM Credit Details: 1 PDC — must watch session on or before December 31, 2021
Speakers
Julie Develin
UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group)

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