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Wednesday, March 10 @ 11:00 AM ET

What Should Companies Have Learned from COVID-19?

Hear from a benefits and human resources consultant about what has been learned about running businesses through the stress test of Covid-19, and what measures should become permanent to reduce risk from similar disruptions going forward. What has changed for good, in terms of use of technology and hiring and employee management practices to carry on through periods of maximum disruptions? How have companies permanently changed their handling of communications and other management practices to ensure they can appropriately meet employee health, safety and emotional needs and maintain their business strategies for continuity, disaster recovery and incident response?

Attend This Presentation Live and Earn:
1 PDH; 1 AIC CPD; 0.1 IACET CEU; 1 AIA LU/Elective

Registered Continuing Education ProgramAmerican Institute of ConstructorsInternational Accreditors for Continuing Education and TrainingAIA

Keynote Presenter:
Fred Hencke, Senior Vice President, Segal

Tom Sawyer, Special Correspondent, Engineering News-Record

Learning Objectives:

  1. People – Contrast workforce productivity pre- and post-COVID, and plan for a future that may include a permanently remote and/or hybrid (partially remote) workforce, including the added complexities of engaging, leading and managing.
  2. Process - Identify process changes you made that have worked well, those that partially reached your goals and could be tweaked or improved, and those you should consider making in the future.
  3. Technology - Explore rapidly evolving technologies to enable your organization to capitalize on new opportunities and to be successful in the future (“Next Normal”).
  4. Business Operations and Governance – Evaluate your business continuity and disaster recovery plans, and identify where you may need additional mitigation strategies.
  5. Financial – Analyze the effectiveness and the potential long-term impacts of spend reduction and cost avoidance tactics you may have utilized as well as whether short-term reactive investments merit longer-term consideration

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