Thursday, Sep 22, 2022 | 1:00 PM ET
Building a ‘People First’ Workplace: The New Role of the CHRO
Americans are living through a time of rapid change and uncertainty that’s altering the features and culture of the workplace: from a global pandemic and political protest to a new wave of social justice reform and economic tumult that included the great resignation, and now a nation-wide hiring freeze. Homes are now home offices.
HR departments, now more and more frequently (and more appropriately) being referred to as People Operations, are responsible for more than just recruiting, hiring, and standard employee benefits. Now, CHRO’s are reinventing their jobs as People Officers by making strong investments in mental health resources, learning how to engage employees through the lens of their laptops, and discovering new ways to create workplaces where employees of all backgrounds can find belonging.
Join for a fireside chat on how CHROs are tackling the new role of People Operations in today’s world, including:
- How the evolution to People Operations is changing the relationship between employers and employees
- Staffing implications - skills needed in every HR organization
- Creative approaches to a people-centered workplace
- How savvy employers are planning for the new shape of work today and tomorrow
Snezana Mahon, Pharm.D.Chief Operating Officer, Transcarent
Linda McHughExecutive Vice President, Chief Experience and People Officer, Hackensack Meridian Health