Brian Little, VP, HR, Intel Corporation
Alexander Lovell, Director, Research & Client Assessment, O.C. Tanner
Irina Paullay, VP & Chief Talent Officer, Xerox
So far in 2020 we have been facing many outside factors that have presented some unique challenges. From health and wellness concerns to social unrest and financial stressors – many of these issues have arisen around the same time and has amplified the need for organizations to provide support to employees who are feeling overwhelmed. In the current environment, creating human connection can be a challenge – making it more important than ever for managers to not only make employees feel heard and supported, but appreciated and recognized as well.
Many of these concerns were previously considered “off-limits” in the workplace, however more and more companies are not shying away from taking a stand and confronting these issues head on. In this session, we will discuss how HR leaders can help their teams effectively approach difficult conversations around race, health, financial, and social issues as well as use these discussions as catalysts for positive change.
Join us for a discussion with Brian Little (VP, HR, Intel), Irina Paullay (Chief Talent Officer at Xerox) and Alex Lovell (Director, Research & Client Assessment, O.C. Tanner) as we discuss some best practices to support your teams when they need it most.