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Workforce and business implications of the Coronavirus

Key survey findings

Executive Compensation|Future of Work|Talent|Total Rewards|Wellbeing
COVID 19 Coronavirus

By Ruchi Arora and Hazel Rees | May 11, 2020

Watch our experts share results, discuss the measures companies are taking, and the mid to long-term impact of COVID-19.
COVID-19 Key survey findings webcast replay

What are the implications of COVID-19 for your organisation in these unprecedented times? How are you balancing the business risk and the wellbeing of employees?

Resuming operations will be redefining what the new normal means.”

Scott Cullen
Senior Director, Talent and Rewards

Our speakers examine the key findings from a COVID-19 GB and Western Europe Pulse survey showing how whilst most organisations see this as a negative in the short term, the implications on virtual working and continued productivity of the workforce are long term positives.

Discussions also focus on what the impact is on reward, balancing with wellbeing and how organisations should be listening at a defining moment for leadership. Whist this is an unprecedented crisis it is also a time to adapt and thrive once stability is restored.

Also covered:

  • Three distinct phases for organisations and leaders.
  • Ways to support employees when results show 75% are now working from home.
  • How cost control could develop into cost cutting in the near future.
  • Five key principles for effective courses of actions.
  • Questions include advice around executive pay, talent management across borders, and communicating with employees.

Ruchi Arora
Senior Director – Talent Management & Rewards Practice Leader, Western Europe

Hazel Rees
Senior Director, GB Rewards Business Leader

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