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Oracle Invites HR Leaders to Discuss Implementing Business Change in the New Normal

Albert Qian
Content marketing manager for HCM

Sign up for the June 1st webinar here 

The new normal brought upon by COVID-19 has thrust HR organizations into the forefront, especially as offices begin to open. Leaders face new issues, including how to manage workforces, navigate risk, and negotiate workplace safety

The response to new business needs is both operational and emotional. On one hand, businesses need to understand that the office has changed and employees require a level of safety and cleanliness to feel safe. On the other hand, ongoing current events also require frequent check-ins with employees, especially those who may feel mentally taxed from the overwhelm of news updates and business changes. 

Join Oracle and KPMG UK for a discussion on June 1 focused on how HR organizations can implement workplace changes post-COVID-19.

If this describes your staff, join us for a webinar on June 1, 2020 with Mel Newton, UK Partner in the Financial Services People and Change Practice at KPMG where she’ll discuss the practicalities and planning steps of getting ready for a return to the office including workforce planning, risk mitigation, and employee engagement. Joining her will be Kerry Nutley, UKI Strategy Director at Oracle who will discuss the emotional considerations.  

You’ll hear about: 

  • The four stages to COVID-19 response and the planning steps involved in each 
  • What’s at stake for HR professionals and their new role in the company 
  • How HR professionals can support their staff in the next 6-9 months
  • And much more! 

For those interested in participating, sign up on our registration page.

Finally, stay connected by visiting our Cloud Customer Connect community page. Our community is open to all senior HR leaders, change management leaders, business line leaders, technical experts, and any partner or customer interested in brainstorming workforce strategies evolving from the COVID-19 crisis. 

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