Returning to Work in the 'New Normal'
Presented by the AustCham People Forum
Returning to Work in the 'New Normal'Presented by the AustCham People Forum
While the majority of the world remains in strict lockdown in efforts to overcome Covid-19, Hong Kong has begun its journey to begin to transition the workforce back into office and into the “New Normal” workplace. All organisations are facing the challenge of how to transition their people back into office smoothly and safely, and what to expect and prepare for in market response.
The Chamber’s People Forum bring you this engaging seminar to bring you diverse perspectives and updates on what businesses should consider in the current Return to Work.
A highly experienced and qualified panel will provoke a great discussion - China is a couple months’ ahead of the world in the transition to “New Normal”, and Mark Gilbraith and Johnny Yu (PwC) will share the successes and challenges faced in China’s return to “New Normal”, and Lauren Pincott (Teneo) will share from a HK perspective how different organisations, including Teneo, are approaching the Return.
Fri, May 29, 2020
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
Partner (Consumer Markets), PwC China
Mark is based in Shanghai and leads PwC’s consulting practice in Consumer Markets across Mainland China. He has more than 30 years of Consulting and Management experience, leading business transformations and market entry and expansion strategies with organisations in China. Mark has worked across China market in 2020 to support the return to ‘New Normal’, and brings real stories and examples from China’s bounce-back to the Panel Discussion.
Partner (People & Organisation), PwC China
Based out of Beijing, Johnny is lead Partner in the People & Organisation Consulting Practice, with 20 years experience in people management, organisation development M&A and integration, and business transformation. Working across multiple sectors, Johnny has been supporting organisations with China operations on the workforce transition to the ‘New Normal’, and approaches to take to facilitate this smoothly and safely for both employers and employees.
Regional Talent Lead (Asia), Teneo
Lauren leads Teneo’s Human Resources activity across Asia, responsible for their regional talent and people strategy. She is an experienced HR and communications leader in Asia, and most recently she has been leading Teneo’s risk assessment and deployment of the organisation’s Return to Work Strategy for the Region, a framework Teneo is using externally with their clients in Asia and across the world.