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Getting Texans Back to Work: How Companies are Adapting to the “New Norm”

  • May 28, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Virtual

Getting Texans Back to Work: How Companies are Adapting
to the “New Norm”

Join us for this special SHRM & Texas SHRM co-sponsored webcast May 28th at 1:00pmCT (2:00pmET)

Register Today!

This webinar will feature a panel of Texas HR leaders from different industries discussing the opportunities, successes and challenges companies face as shelter-in-place restrictions are lifted. Panelists will address issues including:

  • Dealing with the expectations, fears and realities we encounter with our people as we reopen.
  • Bringing employees back safely.
  • Unexpected challenges and best practices learned so far.
  • What happens if shelter in place returns? What could we do differently in the future?

Join these panelists on our webinar:

  • Ashley Hogan, Head of HR Business Partners, HR Analytics and Operations; Jack Henry Associates
  • Michael Currie, HR Director; Boomer Jacks/Ice House/Sidecar Social
  • Dan Dalton, Director of Human Resources; Texas Oncology
  • Mike Coffey, President, Imperative Information Group (Moderator)

In case you missed the SHRM & Texas SHRM Webcast on 05/05/2020:

“COVID-19 – Bringing Texans Back to Work: What Employers Need to Know”
Missed the live webcast on May 5th? It’s not too late to listen to an exclusive webcast specifically for Texas SHRM members – this program focuses on what Texas employers need to know about reopening business amid the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 has completely changed the way business operates and has drastically elevated HR’s role as a strategic business partner. As Texas begins reopening under Governor Abbott’s direction, employers in Texas are faced with the challenge of preparing the workplace and managing their employee’s safe return to work. Watch the recording and access the presentation resources at any time to learn what employers need to know about bringing Texans back to work amid the COVID-19 pandemic.