In this webcast, business leaders of major companies will discuss how COVID-19 is rapidly reshaping our understanding of employment, work and well-being – both now and into the future.
As lockdown pressures start to recede in a number of major economies, there is pressure from societies, businesses, and employees alike to return people to work as soon as possible, and to do so in a safe, productive, and efficient manner.
In this webcast, we will look beyond the immediate challenges and consider the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the fundamental DNA of how we work. The panel will discuss how COVID-19, and people and society’s shifting expectations are rapidly reshaping our understanding of employment, work and well-being – both now and into the future, and what this means for business.
The panel will consider:
- How the nature of work could shift as a result of the COVID-19 crisis
- How the role of the employer will need to evolve as the business community plays a heightened role in society
- How employers can preserve human connections, relationships and well-being in the post-COVID-19 world
To share their perspective, EY is delighted to have convened a panel of chief executive and chief human resource officers from across the business landscape and representing a spectrum of industries including Consumer Products and Retail, Energy, Financial Services and Media.
- Mona Bitar, COVID-19 Response Leader, Ernst & Young LLP (UK)
- Nick Beighton, CEO, ASOS Plc
- Kerry Dryburgh, Executive Vice President, People and Culture (CHRO), bp Plc
- Simone Rossi, CEO, EDF
- John Fallon, CEO, Pearson Plc
- Debbie Crosbie, CEO, TSB Bank Plc
- Leena Nair, CHRO, Unilever Plc