For a Better World of Work:
How HR will adapt after COVID-19
COVID-19 is forcing business leaders to rethink their people strategies and priorities over the coming months.
This webinar has leading HR experts from certified Top Employers sharing their foresight about managing the changes that lie ahead.
We looked at how Top Employers are approaching the challenges that abruptly came about as a result of the pandemic and gained insight into best practices emerging from our community of certified organisations.
Hosted on 4 May at 3PM CEST, this webinar provided HR Leaders with a platform for facilitating strategic thinking as we all plan for the coming months:
- What have we as HR learned from the rapid shift to online collaboration and remote working?
- What are HR priorities for the next three to six months?
- How will the world of work change for the better?
- What can HR leaders start doing now to be part of the change?
Three speakers presented for 8-10 minutes, following opening the floor to questions from the audience.
Ana Cardoso, Global HR Business Leader at Takeda Oncology
With more than 20 years of experience in Human Resources, Ana is passionate about developing and implementing core programmes in performance management and human resources planning. As the Global HR Business Leader at Takeda Oncology based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Ana oversees HR for hubs in ten countries: The United States, Japan, Germany, Spain, Portugal (Iberia), France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada.
Mechell Chetty, HR Vice President at Unilever Africa
Mechell Chetty is Vice President of Human Resources for Unilever Africa, and does so much more for Unilever than just HR. During her 20 year tenure at Unilever, Mechell has worked in HR on leadership development, organizational effectiveness, culture transformation and business partnering. She has gained experience across Africa, including South Africa, the Middle-East and Turkey.
David Plink, CEO at Top Employers Institute
David brings more than two decades of experience in general, commercial and change management in global, results-driven companies in the HR space. As CEO, David is responsible for general management within the Top Employers Institute. Under his leadership the company has spread its wings to 119 countries/regions, enriching the working lives of more than 6.9 million people.