Tuesday, May 18, 2021
1:00 – 2:00 pm ET
As more people become vaccinated against COVID-19, and businesses begin to reopen, a return to the office will be the plan for many organizations. However, while some workers experienced a stressful year working from home, many others thrived, preferring the flexibility and space for productivity.
Reopening an office for an organization requires so much more than creating rules regarding health and sanitization logistics, particularly after an entire year where the personality and perception of work has undergone dramatic change. Every employee, from executive to intern, plays a role in creating a better workplace. How can everyone contribute to an even greater work experience?
In this webinar PRNEWS will provide attendees with guides and instruction on creating, and communicating the changes toward, a better workplace.
- Your role in creating a more equitable workplace as an executive, manager or employee
- Becoming a DEI advocate for others through recruitment, retention and mentorship
- How to carry over successful practices created during the pandemic
- Empathetically helping colleagues navigate a return to office life
VP, Brand Marketing
Jesse Hamlin is the VP of Brand Marketing at Avalara (NYSE: AVLR), a SaaS platform for global tax compliance. She leads internal and external communications, content and creative strategy, and global brand. Jesse built Avalara’s employee and executive communications functions, which serve Avalara’s global, 3,500+ team with a fun mix of multi-channel communications. Prior to Avalara, Jesse worked with leading B2B and B2C businesses through Hotwire Global, a leading tech PR firm based in San Francisco.
Senior Advisor, Equity and Justice
Charlene A. Wheeless, senior advisor for equity and justice at APCO Worldwide, is the former principal vice president of global corporate affairs for Bechtel Corporation. Ms. Wheeless was responsible for global communications, issues and reputation management, sustainability, stewardship and public affairs. She served on the company’s ethics and knowledge management committees, as well as the boards of the Bechtel PAC and Bechtel Group Foundation.