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Key Considerations for Remote & Hybrid Workforces

Key Considerations for Remote & Hybrid Workforces

Key Considerations for Remote & Hybrid Workforces

Key Considerations for Remote & Hybrid Workforces 

Overview: 

The impact of COVID-19 has forced many businesses to pivot overnight and adapt to new realities. Now that businesses have been navigating these challenges for more than a year, they are turning their focus to understanding what the future of the workforce will look like.

It is clear that many employees want to see a more flexible work structure post pandemic as seen in a survey by ADP Canada, which found that 45% of respondents would prefer to work remotely at least 3 days a week, another 15% would prefer to work remotely 1-2 days a week.

In this session we will answer your burning questions regarding the future of the workplace and provide you with key considerations to take into account when making decisions around a remote or hybrid model.

Topics we Will Discuss:

  • Best practices for virtual recruitment and remote roles
  • Employment agreement considerations
  • Flexible workplace policies
    • Understanding the difference between Work from Home vs Work from Anywhere
  • Re-evaluating your leadership approach
  • The added complexity of engaging your people in a virtual world

Facilitators: Julie Ruben Rodney, Founder & CEO – MaxPeople & Humera Rehman, Employment Lawyer – Rodney Employment Law

Julie Ruben Rodney M.Ed., CHRL is the Founder and CEO of MaxPeople, a consulting firm specializing in HR Services, Training and Employment Law. A proud Maritimer to the core, Julie truly values people and relationships which led to her start in organizational behaviour early in her career. She has always been a trailblazer and her company inception, and its structure is no exception. She founded MaxPeople 15 years ago after dealing with the loss of a very close friend and realizing that she wanted to build a business that prioritized family and making time for the important things in life. She also teamed up with her husband to become one of the first boutique HR firms to provide in-house employment law services.Read More

Humera Rehman is an Associate at Rodney Employment Law and practices in all areas of employment law. Humera supports the legal team in providing tailored, strategic solutions to both employers and employees.  Humera advises clients on a wide spectrum of workplace issues including wrongful dismissals, severance, employment standards, employment contracts, workplace investigations, human rights, workplace harassment and bullying, and occupational health and safety…Read More

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