Return to Work: Employee Reintegration After COVID-19 Leading Professional Services Firms

Event Details

May 15, 2020

11:00AM-12:15PM

Remote

Complimentary

The Thomson Reuters Institute is pleased to collaborate with the American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice (TIPS) on a special leadership webinar exploring workplace management and operational efficiency in the age of COVID-19.

For all the buzz surrounding remote employees and technology-assisted workflow, the vast majority of professional services employers will begin reopening offices in the weeks ahead. When this occurs, business leaders must prepare public workspaces for employee reintegration in accordance with CDC-recommended guidelines around workplace sanitation and hygienics. What strategies should savvy business leaders adopt when it comes to the short- and long-term well-being of their workforce? Please join us as our distinguished panel offers crucial guidance on operational preparedness and enterprise-wide risk mitigation in the shadow of a potential COVID-19 “second wave.”

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Why You Should Attend

  • This webinar offers unique guidance for business and team leaders tasked with enterprise operations and employee well-being
  • Our nationally-recognized panel features decades of leadership expertise across the professional services sector
  • Participants will gain invaluable takeaways for immediate implementation within their firm

    Who Should Attend

  • Professional Services Firm Chairs & Managing Partners
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Chief People Officers
  • Human Resources Executives
  • People Managers & Team Leaders
  • Event Co-Chairs

    Daniel Arends

    Principal & Chairman, National Law Firm Services Group, Colliers International

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    Kate Bally

    Director, Labor & Employment Service, Thomson Reuters Practical Law

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    Joseph B. Basinger

    MPH Occupational Health Physician and Medical Consultant, Venebio Group

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    Paula Davis-Laack

    Founder, Stress & Resilience Institute

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    Andrew R. Joyce

    Chief Scientific Officer and Bioinformatician, Venebio Group

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    Loren D. Podwill

    Shareholder & Firm President, Bullivant Houser Bailey P.C.

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    Catherine C. Vick

    Principal Epidemiologist and Practice Lead, Scientific Litigation Support, Venebio Group

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    Kristen M. Ward

    Chief of Staff, Office of the CEO, EisnerAmper LLP

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    Event Details

    Friday, May 15

    11:00 AM EDT
    Return to Work: Employee Reintegration After COVID-19

    For all the buzz surrounding remote employees and technology-assisted workflow, the vast majority of professional services employers will begin reopening offices in the coming weeks. When this occurs, business leaders must prepare public workspaces for employee reintegration in accordance with CDC-recommended guidelines around workplace sanitation and hygienics. This presentation offers an instructive and comprehensive take on how professional services firms are planning their return to work in the shadow of a potential COVID-19 “second wave.”

    Moderator:
    Kate Bally, Director, Practical Law Labor & Employment Service, Thomson Reuters

    Panelists:
    Daniel Arends, Principal & Chairman, National Law Firm Services Group, Colliers International
    Joseph B. Basinger, MD, MPH Occupational Health Physician and Medical Consultant, Venebio Group
    Paula Davis-LaackFounder, Stress & Resilience Institute
    Andrew R. Joyce, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer and Bioinformatician, Venebio Group
    Loren D. Podwill, Shareholder & Firm President, Bullivant Houser Bailey P.C.
    Catherine C. Vick, MS, Principal Epidemiologist and Practice Lead, Scientific Litigation Support, Venebio Group
    Kristen M. WardChief of Staff, Office of the CEOEisnerAmper LLP 

    12:15 PM EDT
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