York: The New World of Work - Managing the Fallout of the Resignation Boom


Date and Time

Starts:09/15/2021 10:00 AM

Ends:09/15/2021 12:00 PM

Event Type: Webinar

2 Hour(s)

Location:
Online: Zoom

Price:

Free for Members OR Donate $5 | Non-members $30

Availability

Additional Information

Event Sponsor


Event Description:

The workplace has been radically impacted by the events of the last approximately sixteen months, with the pandemic, mental health crisis, social justice escalations, family reconnection, and other realities causing individuals to reevaluate all aspects of their lives – including, profoundly, how we work. The shifts in priorities, desire for greater autonomy, control, flexibility, meaning and fulfilment have caused employees to scrutinize their working arrangements, which has resulted in a new crisis for employers, commonly referred to as the looming resignation boom.
 

Many employers have underestimated the impacts of our new climate and, in particular, how debilitating they have been to workplace culture and employee experience. Failing to acknowledge these seismic shifts leaves employers vulnerable to resignation boom attrition and unable to attract the talent required to fully stabilize and recover.

Agenda:

10:00 AM - Introduction and Bio
10:35 AM - Speaker presentation
12:00 PM - Conclusion/End of event

Registration Opens: August 3, 2021 at 8 AM

Registration Closes: September 14, 2021 at 5 PM

Registration Difficulties or Questions? Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator, Adriana Covic at acovic@hrpa.ca.

Learning Objectives:

  • what the key conditions of the new world of work are;
  • how these new conditions (including new legal obligations and new manifestations of existing obligations) have impacted when, where, and how we work; and
  • why organizations need to proactively adopt the right policies, processes and communications to successfully stabilize and thrive in our new working environment.

 

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Speaker bio(s)
Laura  Williams

Entrepreneur, Lawyer, Speaker, HR Business Consultant, Workplace Investigator, Thought Leader As the founder and principal of Williams HR Law and Williams HR Consulting Inc., Laura boasts more than two decades of experience providing strategic advice and legal representation to employers across virtually all industries. Laura is widely recognized as a leader in helping organizations leverage innovative, proactive strategies to reduce liability and costs resulting from ineffective and noncompliant workplace practices. Laura has been named on the Canadian Business Magazine’s W100, and in 2018 Williams HR Law was honoured with the Labour and Employment Boutique Law Firm of the Year award.