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The pandemic has caused people to log longer hours, simultaneously balance work and personal lives, and operate in higher stress environments. Instead of accepting a decline into burnout, HR leaders are being challenged to prioritize employee well-being. Learn how in this special event on Tuesday, November 24 at 12:00 p.m. GMT +8.
New workplace dynamics, uncertainty, and pressure due to COVID-19 have an increasingly negative impact on mental health. The line between personal and professional lives narrows with people navigating remote work requirements, while those who must continue reporting onsite now operate in higher risk environments.
A recent survey by Oracle and Workplace Intelligence uncovered significant findings:
HR is challenged to make employee well-being a priority. Not only is this possible, but HR innovators are already making headway. Join the conversation and take action today.
Hear the latest findings from the AI @ Work study, to understand how employees across all levels of the organization have been affected by the pandemic. In addition, find out what tools employees feel are enabling them to be happy and more productive in the workplace.
The role of the company office is evolving, focusing more on collaboration and building community with a variety of new and some not so new tools and solutions. Most companies and employees have adapted and managed well in a work from home model, with many clients reporting 95%+ staff working at home successfully. But while we are adapting to how, where and when work is getting done, are the core people processes being updated to reflect the requirements of a more virtual workforce? Join Vinod Bonthala, PwC HCM Cloud partner, for a discussion on key findings of their CHRO Insights Survey to learn how this and more office of the future challenges are being addressed.
Partner, HR Transformation, PwC
Learn what HR leaders are doing to support their employees during these challenging times and what are they thinking about for the future. See how they’ve leveraged technology and become resilient in the face of constant change.
Head of HCM Strategy, Oracle
Based on findings from a recent AI@Work study, Dan Schawbel of Workplace Intelligence and Emily He with Oracle help us understand how employees across all levels of the organization have been affected by the pandemic. In addition, find out which tools they credit with making them happy and more productive in the workplace.
Learn what HR leaders are doing to support their employees during these challenging times and what they are thinking about for the future. See how they’ve leveraged technology and become resilient in the face of constant change.
Head of HCM Strategy, Oracle
Dan Schawbel is the Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence, a research and advisory firm helping HR adapt to trends, drive performance and prepare for the future. He is also a New York Times bestselling author whose titles include Back to Human, Promote Yourself, and Me 2.0.
Schawbel hosts the 5 Questions podcast, where he interviews world-class business leaders like Reed Hastings, Meg Whitman, Richard Branson, Beth Comstock, and Steve Schwarzman.
Throughout his career, Dan has been recognized on several lists including Inc. Magazine’s “30 Under 30,” Forbes “30 Under 30,” Business Insider’s “40 Under 40,” BusinessWeek’s “20 Entrepreneurs You Should Follow,” and as one of Workforce Magazine’s “Game Changers.”
Emily He is the SVP of Human Capital Management at Oracle Corporation.
With over 20 years of enterprise software experience, Emily is a recognized thought leader on digital transformation and the future of work. Recently she was named on the 2020 Top 100 HR Tech Influencers list and her insights have been featured in The Economist, Fortune, The Financial Times, Forbes, Fast Company, and more.
Emily has an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. She has previously held key leadership roles at Saba Software, E2Open, Siebel Systems, and DoubleDutch.
Vinod is a partner in PwC’s Organization & Workforce Transformation practice specializing in Human Resources projects.
He has worked with business and technology consulting firms for more than 25 years, bringing deep experience in HR business transformation, Oracle, and other HR technologies.
His numerous HCM strategy and planning projects include human resources organization advisory, business case development, HR system selection, organizational redesign, change management, process redesign and review, software selection, go-live readiness, quality assessments, and systems optimization.
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With over two decades of industry experience, Leena is the Vice President- Group Human Resources at the Tata Group since September 2018. In this role, she is responsible for group Performance, Rewards, Diversity and Digital Transformation along with leading HR function for Tata Sons.
Leena has previously worked with Sun Pharmaceuticals, GE, Accenture, Aon Hewitt and Glaxo Smithkline Consumer Healthcare in various HR leadership roles.
Leena has an MBA degree in Human Resources from Symbiosis Institute of Management, Pune and Bachelors degree in Economics from Lady Shri Ram College, New Delhi.
A progressive thinker Leena is always keen to solve tough challenges and create an impact.
A Human Resource Specialist with practical understanding of business needs. Krupali has 20 Years of experience spanning across IT, Retail & Banking. She has been associated with Kotak Bank since Dec 2006.
Mark is the Service Offering Leader for Human Resource Transformation in the South East Asia region. His 15 years of experience with Deloitte includes leading the HR Transformation and Cloud HR practice in SEA and leading and delivering multiple local, regional and global Transformations.
Mark is part of the Deloitte global Human Resource Transformation Leadership team. Additionally, he has been instrumental in Deloitte’s global HC initiatives including the HC Trends Survey for the last 10 years, the development of the Hi-Impact HR Service Delivery Model, and our latest thinking in the Exponential HR and Future of Work spaces.