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Series Description

How we work has changed forever. COVID-19 has forced many to pivot to remote working and realize that, when properly enabled with tools, data and processes, employees are just as productive if not more so working from home as in the office. This way of working isn’t going away and HR teams and business leaders need to prepare for this new future. This series explores why the future of work is flexible, collaborative and connected and how you can prepare for the new normal.

Episode 1: The Future of Work is Flexible: How to Embrace Business Change
Filming: November 12th at 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm GMT / 8:00 am - 9:30 am PT

2020 has been a year of immense business change. The onset of the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted the fabric of the working world. As businesses move to remote working, leaders and business owners have been left wondering, what is the future for the corporate office? As we grapple with the new normal, how much of the traditional working environment are we leaving behind, and is this change a bad thing? When employees are properly equipped with the tools needed to work remotely, are they in fact more productive, collaborative and efficient in their work?

With remote working, comes a flexibility that we do not see in traditional working environments. With Boomi’s ‘Return To Work’ technologies, you can create a safe and reliable digital workspace that fosters employee productivity, giving people the freedom to work from anywhere.

In this session, we will explore:

  • How to set up and support your employees to work remotely
  • The function of the corporate office. Is it now extinct, or can we adapt it to the new normal?
  • How different industries across the spectrum are adapting to the new hybrid model of work, from those working in manufacturing to IT
  • The key benefits and challenges of remote working
Episode 2: Return to Work Action Plan: Wellness, HR, and IT Infrastructure
Filming: November 19th at 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm GMT / 8:00 am - 9:30 am PT

The new world is hybrid, and the working environment will never return to how it once was. With this in mind, how can you lead a return to work in a way that reflects the new normal?

When planning a return to the office, there are a number of key considerations. Leaders must consider how to drive strategy in a way that protects and supports the mental wellbeing of their employees, as well as their physical health. It is important that moving forward, we take the lessons from the pandemic and the hybrid model of work, and apply them to the workplace. Allowing employees to work remotely, supporting their home life, and continuing to push a collaborative effort is key to keeping employees productive and healthy.

As well as prioritising employee mental health, it is important that organisations have the iT infrastructure in place to monitor and log the data needed for HR and facilities to maintain the proper health and safety restrictions. HR titles will now be intrinsically linked in order to collaborate and ensure the most stringent safety standards. However, your infrastructure must support this. With Boomi solutions, those in HR will be able to track data securely and efficiently, with the ability to interpret data and set up a safe and supportive workplace, keep offices and remote employees connected, and ensure that the digital workspace is safe from disruption.

In this session we will explore:

  • How to champion the mental wellbeing and wellness of your employees while planning a return to the office
  • How to optimise your existing IT infrastructure to support HR as they log and monitor data, keeping those in the workplace safe
  • How can we ensure that a return to the workplace helps drive social impact, like reducing our carbon footprint and emissions
Episode 3: A Guide to Being Adaptable: Shifting Strategy and Managing a Remote Workforce
Filming: November 25th at 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm GMT / 8:00 am - 9:30 am PT

The new normal is here to stay, and hybrid working models are just one of the ways that the workplace has changed. With some employees choosing to return to the office, and some remaining at home, it’s important to be adaptable. Lots of businesses are reacting to core changes and challenges, but how do you move from being reactive to active in your strategy? Now that we know this is the new normal, how can we untangle it and make it work efficiently and productively?

Moving forward, and applying the lessons learnt over the last few months is key. For example, when onboarding new employees, it’s imperative that though you may be working remotely, the process does not become totally digital. This could be isolating, especially for those entering the workforce for the first time. With Boomi solutions, driving digital processes to optimise on-boarding has never been easier. Processes can be automated, accelerating the on-boarding experience, and connecting new employees to existing management, to prevent a potential disconnect between recruits and management. Creating an efficient mentorship scheme whether in person or from home is key to the remote onboarding process. This is just one example of how to be adaptable in this new environment.

In this session, we will explore:

  • How to incorporate lessons learned throughout 2020 into your strategy
  • How to keep a distributed workforce productive
  • How to go about onboarding new employees virtually without losing the human element

Panelist Requirements:

  • Panelists must adhere 100% to our “NO COMMERCIALISM” Policy. If you cannot avoid commercialism, please do not agree to speak.
  • Panelists must share their information in an educational, non-commercial and non-self-promotional manner.
  • Panelists must provide session description for the Summit website.

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    Please select which episode you would like to participate in: Episode 1: The Future of Work is Flexible: How to Embrace Business ChangeEpisode 2: Return to Work Action Plan: Wellness, HR, and IT InfrastructureEpisode 3: A Guide to Being Adaptable: Shifting Strategy and Managing a Remote Workforce
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