alt=""Explore workplace considerations as the pandemic winds down and the job market heats up.

Register for this free webinar!

During the pandemic, many employers managed a hybrid workforce with some staff working on-site and others working from home. What can, or should, a post-pandemic workplace look like?

Numerous surveys show there will be a substantial increase in employee demand for remote work and other flexible workplace policies. During this webinar, panelists will outline issues to consider and discuss what some Minnesota cities have put in place before, during, and after the pandemic to make sure they aren’t left behind in a competitive job market.

Take part in this online session to:

  • Review what surveys and experts say about the factors all employers need to consider in a post-pandemic work environment.
  • Learn about employment policies and practices to help meet changing expectations of current employees and future job candidates.
  • Hear from Minnesota cities currently implementing remote work and other policies to offer flexibility to their employees.
While this webinar will touch on the current pandemic situation, we will not be focusing on safety issues, social distancing, or safety protocols. For more in-depth information on these topics, visit the League’s COVID-19 News and Resources page.

Panelists

Phil Kern, Administrator, City of Delano
Krista Guzman, Human Resources Manager, City of Richfield
Sheila Huber, Human Resources Director, City of Mankato
Laura Kushner, Human Resource Director, League of Minnesota Cities

Audience

City managers, administrators, clerks, mayors, council members, and human resources staff

Fee

Free

Date/Time

May 11 — 10-11 a.m.
A recording of this webinar will be available on May 12.

 

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