New Ways to Work Solutions: Insights and Innovative Tools to Help You Develop Timely Workplace Policies

Date & Time: May 20, 2021 | 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Type: Virtual Program
Registration Fee:* $175 Member | $225 Non-member

Register Now or call 781-684-8700 for more information

As the pandemic begins to ease, companies are thinking about the future, and what a return to work will look like. Employers are seeking to strengthen their organization’s culture, but are wrestling with barriers to getting employees back in the office full-time: lack of childcare, interest in flexible work arrangements, fears of crowded environments, employee relocations, and vaccine hesitancy.

Leaders planning for a post-pandemic future have an opportunity to take an intentional, strategic approach to developing where and how work gets done.

At NEEBC’s New Ways to Work Solutions Program, you will:

  • Hear the results of PwC’s US Remote Work Survey and Workforce Pulse Survey

  • Learn about the HR, legal, and communication implications of these results

  • Discover resources for supporting workers’ childcare needs

  • Learn how to develop win-win policies for your company and its employees

  • Find out how to nurture collaboration and accountability

Intended Audience:

  • CHROs and other HR Leaders
  • HR Associates
  • Heads of Total Rewards
  • Benefits Managers
  • Communications Directors
  • J.D. and Counsel
  • Consultants and Advisors


The Office Is Here to Stay, But Its Role Is Set to Change

Sharmon Priaulx
Managing Director, People & Organization Practice, PwC Boston
Margo Stokum
Senior Manager, Organization & Workforce Transformation, PwC Philadelphia

Breakout Sessions
Attendees will be rotated through the three breakout sessions, allowing them to hear every presentation and ask questions in a small group setting.

Supporting Your Workers’ Caregiving Responsibilities

  • Amanda Hemm, New Parent Success Coach, Soutiens
  • Bridget Garsh, COO and Co-Founder, NeighborSchools
  • Moderated by Liz Spath, Principal, Mercer

Legal Considerations for Adapting Employment and Remote Work Policies

  • Katherine A. Hesse, Partner, Murphy Hesse Toomey & Lehane, LLP
  • Moderated by Lisa Bertola, Senior Health Consultant, Segal

Creating Experiences that Connect and Support Employees

  • Andrea Correia, Director, New England Talent Line of Business Leader, Willis Towers Watson

Program Takeaways

  • Beth Holman, Director, Health and Group Benefits, Willis Towers Watson

 Don’t miss this opportunity to get the tools you need to intentionally plan for a remote/hybrid workforce. 

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*Due to the current economic climate caused by the pandemic, NEEBC has not increased the fee for this Lunchtime Learning program.
NEEBC programs may qualify for CEBS continuing professional education (CPE) credit.
Participants must determine if the program aligns with "CEBS Content Domain."