COVID-19 Return To Work
Lunch and Learn

FREE Event | Tuesday August 10th, 12-1 PM PDT

Join us for a Post COVID-19 Return To Work Lunch and Learn on Tuesday August 10 from noon-1 pm Pacific time.

COVID-19 caused many employers to reconsider their onsite work requirement for many job functions. Employers and employees alike got “used” to working remotely, and in many cases this flexibility has opened new opportunities for remote or hybrid work environments.  Human beings are, however, a social species, and we do thrive from some level of in person contact that no amount of virtual interactions can replace.  Wherever you are on the in person versus fully remote spectrum, what is the right way to return employees to face-to-face work environments in the post COVID-19 era? 

AJC Change Management and Communications Consultant, Robin Gervasoni, has recently worked with two quite different clients in these two different environments, Robin found that there are many similarities in how each employer is assessing and addressing the change involved with having their employees return on-site vs. working remotely.  She joins us to discuss the pros and cons of in person work, and tips on various options companies may consider not only in what they offer, but also how to best message that to their workforce. 

"How can you ensure that you realize your forecasted Return on Investment?"
August 2021
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT

About Robin Gervasoni

Robin Gervasoni is an experienced Change Manager specializing in internal communications and project management. She has over 30 years of experience in marketing and communications with large and mid-sized global companies including Nemours Children’s Health System, The Standard Insurance, Banfield Pet Hospital, VWR (serves the life sciences industry), and Dupont.


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