As companies start to look toward the future where workers are returning to the office in varying forms, managers will need to prepare for the complex changes that will have to be negotiated. This will include everything from flexible work situations, new learning platforms -- including virtual, socially distant, and remote employee considerations -- to the new rules that keep employees safe, such as mask wearing and social distancing.
There are four key strategies Organizational development professionals need to embrace. Being prepared with the right strategies in place before workers return to the new workplace normal will help ensure that your company and your employees will be safe and productive.
About Our Speaker
Darby Starnes leads a strategy and content team for TriNet. Darby plays a lead role in change management projects; managing the adoption, execution and implementation of the company's customer-facing programs. These programs are designed to give TriNet clients the best practices and resources they need to aid in their navigation at the ever-changing HR landscape.
Darby has over 20 years of experience covering all aspects of human capital/human resources, starting out as HR manager within a small business. She holds a BA from Bellarmine University and an MBA from University of Phoenix as well as several industry certifications including Diversity, CPTD, CCMP, ACC, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, CSSGB, and CDVC.