Key Factor Leaders Aren’t Preparing For in Office Re-Entry Planning: Employee Re-Onboarding

Tom Gimbel

Founder & CEO at LaSalle Network

Learning Objectives

As human resources leaders around the world begin to plan for office re-entry, what should they be doing ahead of time to ensure the smoothest possible transition and the health of their teams? - Company leaders have spent months planning the office re-entry process, from having adequate space to adhere to social distancing guidelines, to having enough PPE for employees. However, one area leaders have not spent nearly enough time focused on and preparing for is re-onboarding employees. - During this session, Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of LaSalle Network, will walk through steps to take three to six months prior to office re-entry, handling the nuances of returning to a physical office, and how managers can harness this transition to build more trust and buy-in from employees.

Key Takeaways:

  • Steps to take 6 months in advance of re-onboarding employees to help execute a successful return-to-office

  • Paths to navigate the impending managerial nuances of returning to in-person leadership

  • Tools to build a culture around employee engagement and retention in blending remote and in-person teams