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At the beginning of the pandemic, WFH was praised as the future of work. However, as we near the hopeful end of the pandemic, mindsets around ideal work styles are shifting. Between exclusively working from home, returning to the traditional office or adopting a hybrid model, there is much to consider for both employers (and employees) before deciding one way or another.
In this webinar, Jack Kelly, an expert on recruiting and retaining employee talent, will weigh in on several aspects to consider when it comes to the different work styles, citing both recent research and trends. Can companies achieve efficiency and work/life balance with the hybrid model? What are some of the pitfalls to remote working and can they be avoided? And what will employees expect from their employers in this new work era? Following the 45–minute presentation, there will be a 15–minute live Q&A.
This webinar will be hosted by Jack Kelly, the Founder and CEO of the Compliance Search Group and Senior Contributor to Forbes.
Jack Kelly is the CEO, founder, and executive recruiter at one of the oldest and largest global search firms in his area of expertise. Having personally placed thousands of professionals with top–tier companies over the last 20–plus years, he is an expert on what the talent of tomorrow is looking for in employers.
Jack is passionate about advocating for job seekers. In doing so, he founded a start–up company, WeCruitr, at the beginning of the Covid–19 pandemic with a mission to make the job search more humane and enjoyable.
Jack is a Senior Contributor for Forbes, where he frequently shares insights related to corporate, talent and employment trends and happenings. His recent articles have covered the return–to–office plans of many large corporations as they prepare for the upcoming months and varying viewpoints of their CEOs and employees.