Returning to the workplace with purpose
As states begin to re-open, CEOs and business owners are formulating plans to return to the workplace. In this webinar, Insperity human resources experts George Patrick and Ray Brock discuss a plan to navigate from regulations to the human element of recovery.
In addition to the technical requirements that employers need to be aware of to protect the physical health and safety of their employees, Patrick and Brock discuss HR considerations and the human elements of business recovery that can help make the transition back to the office a success.
Key discussion points include:
- Return of essential and non-essential employees
- Potential HR and safety risks of returning to the workplace
- Key considerations for flexible schedules and government regulations
- Communication— planning and execution
- Re-evaluating and re-building your culture
About the presenters
George Patrick, a SHRM-CP certified Human Resources professional with 30 years of experience, is a highly-dedicated, goal-oriented, HR Consultant and Business Partner with deftness in oversight and execution of the HR functions and providing guidance and inputs on risk and liability, business unit restructures, workforce and succession planning.
Ray Brock been a safety Director with Insperity for over twenty years. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from Illinois State University in Occupational Safety and Health and his Occupational Safety and Health Technician certification from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. He holds the Associate in Risk Management designation from the American Institute for Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriters.
Since 1986, Insperity has been showing companies how to harness the power of HR to improve business success. From more than 70 offices across the U.S., Insperity helps clients strengthen and streamline their businesses, apply a proven approach to better manage costs and minimize risk, and access a ready-to-use HR infrastructure that businesses need to be more efficient and profitable.