As we settle into 2021, it’s time to consider the new trends and challenges ahead. As eager as we may be to forget the previous year, much of what we learned in 2020 will guide us through the new year’s legal landscape.
Ultimately, the pressures to maintain a compliant, efficient, and cost-effective organization will remain as we continue to adopt new ways of working, navigate changing labor and wage models, and create healthy and engaged teams.
Join us in this series as HR, legal, and technology leaders explore the trends and topics you’ll want to pay attention to in the year ahead.
Episode 2: Your workforce in 2021 - Managing health and safety, new ways of working, and regulatory change
Crisis and disruption teach us valuable lessons and influence what we prioritize in a constantly changing world. As the pandemic continues to change the needs of the workplace, it’s also changing the needs of workers. In this webinar we’ll draw upon findings from Ceridian’s 2021 Pulse of Talent Survey, conducted in partnership with Nielsen, and explore the following topics:
HR challenges companies may face in 2021
How companies are preparing to ensure the continued health and safety of their workforce
How workforce models are evolving to respond to new workplace realities
Strategies and considerations to better adapt to changing labor and pay requirements
While no year is without regulatory change, the emergency nature of 2020’s changes commanded focus, often requiring swift action amid uncertainty. But this year, thanks to what we’ve learned, maintaining compliance doesn’t have to be overwhelming. In this webinar we’ll bring HR, technology, and legal consulting leaders together to discuss how employers can stay ready for what’s next, and explore the following topics:
Compliance and regulatory trends, questions, and concepts that should be top-of-mind for employers in 2021
How technology can better enable your organization’s compliance management practice
Compliance and regulatory change management strategies and considerations for reducing risk
The information presented is intended for general information purposes only. This information should not be construed as legal, tax or other advice specific to any individual or organization. Please consult your appropriate adviser for specific advice.