Edited Recording-Survey Says Webinar

 

Survey says: employees need more connection (your intranet can help)

Date
May 5, 2021
Time  
9 AM PT / 12 PM ET

Host
Sabrina the host Sabrina Roach

Customer Marketing Lead at Jostle

Presenters
bev-attfield Bev Attfield

Principal, Workplace Science at Jostle

aaron-barth Dr. Aaron Barth

Founder & President of Dialectic Solutions

The full impact of the rapid transition to remote work spurred by the global pandemic is yet to be fully understood. Jostle and Dialectic recently completed a research study to understand how remote work is affecting employee inclusion and connection. We heard from over 400 employees who had transitioned to remote work in the past year without changing employers. 

The findings of this survey will help leaders address the barriers to inclusion created or exacerbated by the rapid shift to remote work. Furthermore, the findings can help create organizations that prioritize connected employees and supportive workplace cultures, regardless of where people are located.

In this webinar, we’ll share our six key findings, and talk about what actions are needed to create human-centric remote and hybrid working environments. We’ll also provide specific actions and tactics for using your intranet to help your employees feel included and connected.

In this session, we'll cover:
  • Six key findings in our report
  • Recommended actions to create human-centric remote and hybrid workplaces
  • Actions and tactics for your intranet to help employees feel included and connected
Presenter bio
bev-attfield

Bev Attfield

Principal, Workplace Science at Jostle

Bev ensures that Jostle is a workplace where everyone feels included, supported, and engaged at work. Beyond Jostle, Bev pays close attention to the way people engage at work, and is curious about what creates the optimal conditions for individual fulfillment and human-centric workplaces. She is a regular contributor to the Jostle blog and host of the People at Work podcast.


aaron-barth

Dr. Aaron Barth

Founder & President of Dialectic Solutions

Aaron has led comprehensive research on unconscious bias and inclusion training. He has a moral interest in making people’s day-to-day lives better through critical thinking and supporting companies with their DE&I strategy. Aaron is also the founder of Dialectic’s diversity, equity and inclusion Learning Snippets.

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