The Not So Distant Future of (Remote) Work

About this session

2020 presented new challenges to everyone, especially businesses. It created a new set of problems and opportunities. The pandemic pushed us to be more agile and efficient. So, how will the past 12 months influence the future of work? As we prepare for the new normal, many companies plan or have begun:

  • Redesigning workspaces to accommodate office hoteling
  • Using the “office” primarily for group meetings and projects
  • Offering employees a “hybrid” work arrangement
  • Providing flexible schedules to attract talent
  • Improving productivity and engagement regardless of the setting

Ultimately, returning employees to the workplace will require foresight to navigate our ever-changing work environment. Join us for a timely discussion about the not so distant future of (remote) work and how it will impact both employees and the business community.

Joe Flores, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, Director of Talent Acquisition at Service Corporation International

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Friday, May 21, 2021
12:00 PM CT
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Joe Flores

Joe Flores, SHRM-SCP, SPHR. is Director of Talent Acquisition at Service Corporation International, North America’s leading provider of deathcare products and services, where he provides strategic operational leadership for corporate and sales recruiting programs. Mr. Flores holds a M.A. in History and a B.A. in Special Education from the University of Houston. He is an active member of SHRM, a Certified Personnel Consultant with more than 20 years employment management experience including sourcing and recruitment strategies, labor and employee relations and strategic workforce planning.

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