Working through COVID-19: Effective communications strategies to keep your workforce engaged

As companies rapidly implement new workplace contingency plans, listen to
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to help you
navigate the crisis.
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HR and benefits departments are faced with an unprecedented communications challenge: Protecting the health and welfare of your people in the face of a rapidly evolving pandemic.

To ensure business continuity and minimize disruption, you need to keep employees informed and engaged. As companies start to limit hours, or implement alternative work schedules and telecommuting options, this challenge is likely to grow in the coming weeks.  

This session provides practical advice to help HR and benefits teams manage the new reality. Learn how to: 

  • Establish and adapt your communications plan during a rapidly evolving situation
  • Develop proactive, positive, and sensitive communications
  • Effectively distribute information to managers and employees throughout your organization
  • Keep teams connected with practical tips
  • Leverage tools to enable two-way communication and fast response

About our speakers

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Martin Hoffmann | Martin is a Principal in Buck's Engagement practice. He focuses on business development, client relationships, and talent management. In his role as the St. Louis Engagement Practice leader, he develops integrated HR technology solutions that support clients in the areas of total rewards, wellbeing, change management, recruiting, and onboarding.
Ruth HuntRuth Hunt | Ruth is a Principal in Buck’s Engagement practice and the Global Wellbeing Survey leader with extensive experience in HR and internal communication consulting. An expert facilitator, Ruth helps outline strategy, align levers for shared accountability and informed consumerism, and creatively drive employee action.

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