Webinar | Restarting and Thriving After COVID-19

As the curve begins to flatten, businesses and society must consider what ‘returning to normal’ may look like. Although organizations have settled into new ways of working, the implications of COVID-19 on businesses, especially as they relate to the workforce, will remain long lasting. The question of when and how to gradually bring employees back to the workplace represents one of the most critical challenges employers will need to solve.

On Tuesday, June 9, Jean McClellan, a partner in the Canadian Management Consulting and Technology practice and leader of the National People & Organization practice for PwC Canada Consulting, joined us to give an overview of the issues that employers will be facing, and the tactics being deployed around the globe as businesses begin to gradually re-open.

In this webinar recording you’ll gain insights into:

  • Privacy and Safety
  • Changing Nature of Work
  • Financial Considerations (implications for cost and financial opportunities)
  • Worker needs and skills (including mental well-being)

Presenters:

Jean McClellan

Jean McClellan is a partner in the Canadian Management Consulting and Technology practice and leads the National People & Organization practice for PwC Canada Consulting. Jean has over 20 years of consulting experience working with multidisciplinary teams to solve complex issues for her clients across the country. She has spent the last decade of her career helping clients to transform their organizations by activating their people and embracing technology. She believes that people and culture are what differentiates highly successful organizations and loves to spend time in the mountains hiking with her family.

Chambers Plan

Chambers Plan

Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan is Canada’s #1 employee benefits plan for small business. Chambers Plan has been protecting Canadian firms for over 40 years. As a not-for-profit, any surpluses are reinvested to the Plan to support industry-leading stability. That's why more than 30,000 small to midsize businesses trust Chambers Plan to protect their employees.