San Francisco CHRO Virtual Town Hall

October 7, 2020 | 10:00am PDT

October 7, 2020 | 10:00am PDT

Work-Life Integration — A Balancing Act

Participate with your CHRO peers in the San Francisco community in small, breakout discussions on a mission-critical priority for HR leaders. These informal discussions allow you to share your insights and learn from the lessons, approaches and experiences of a diverse group of peers in virtual breakout rooms.

Join fellow CHROs in the San Francisco community to discuss:

How organizations are supporting and will continue to support working parents

Changes in policy to support asynchronous work and adjusted expectations for the workforce

How to manage burnout and empower resilience

Featured Speakers


Governing Body members for the San Francisco CHRO community will lead the interactive discussion and share lessons learned.

Kim Sullivan

Concentrix

Senior Vice President and Global Chief People Officer

Moderator

Lisa Roach

Bank of the West

Head of Employee Experience

Panelist

Michele Haddad

TIBCO Software

SVP, Global HR

Panelist

Luciana Duarte

HP

Global Head of Employee Experience

Panelist

Agenda


October 7, 2020

10:00am - 11:00am  PDT

Work-Life Integration — A Balancing Act


This year has forced the integration of work and personal life on a new level, as remote work has largely become the new normal. The workforce is now facing a challenging road ahead as they juggle the demands of providing childcare and education, caretaking for loved ones and balancing their own mental health and wellbeing.

In this town hall, HR leaders discuss:

  • How organizations are supporting and will continue to support working parents 

  • Changes in policy to support asynchronous work and adjusted expectations for the workforce 

  • How to manage burnout and empower resilience


San Francisco CHRO Program Manager


For inquiries related to this event, please reach out to your dedicated program contact.

Laurel Temme

Program Manager

971-222-2372

laurel.temme@evanta.com