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Diversity Roundtable: Returning to Work in a New World Order

Event Start Date: 7/15/2020 12:00 PM

Event End Date: 7/15/2020 1:15 PM

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Diversity Roundtable:  Returning to Work in a New World Order

July 15, 2020

Noon – 1:15 P.M via Zoom - Link will be sent to registered attendees.  


This summer, employees will be returning to their workplaces in the US - and many places across the world:  workplaces that reflect new and potentially disparaging differences among many of its workers:social distancing

  • illness or death
  • compromise of ADA privacy with daily temperature checks
  • financial instability
  • strained family and educational systems
  • an international movement that has jarred the world conscience regarding the institutional racism and discrimination, re-energizing and affirming the value of Black lives.

Even without social distancing, the impact and sensitivity of this new emerging world will be dramatically different as it impacts work expectations regarding our varied and diverse workforce(s), regarding organizational climate and culture, employee relations, team development, organizational structure, and corporate/institutional communications.


While company brands, logos, and missions will not have changed, all human relations dynamics will be radically different.  This round table discussion will be an opportunity for HR managers to share their questions openly with other HR managers to safely share their ideas, thoughts, strategies, reservations, and questions regarding the new workplace.  

 Participants are asked to:

Read: Washington Post Article: The Post-pandemic workplace will hardly look like the one we left behind: https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/2020/04/23/offices-after-coronavirus/ (McGregor, J, 2020)


Watch Embracing Change (TEDx): https://www.smu.edu/BusinessFinance/HR/Resources/ManagerResources/ManagingChange

(Jason Perth, n.d.)