ON DEMAND WEBINAR

Return to Work: Building Resilience in the New Normal


Qualtrics and EY
As worksites plan for what reopening looks like, there is a need to create a resilient workforce driven by a strong sense of purpose, trust in leadership, and team relationships.

Join Qualtrics and EY as we share our insights into creating a resilient, safe, and productive environment for years to come.

Join us to learn:
  • How to create a resilient, safe, and productive return to work environment
  • How to develop ongoing wellness and safety programs to protect employees and the business
  • How to benefit from employee feedback while protecting privacy rights
  • How to prepare for, and recover from, unforeseen events
  • How to understand and address government directives and public/private partnerships for back to business support
  • And, how to utilize EYPX360 and Experience (X) data & Operational (O) data to gain insights into workforce resilience and inform and drive business results

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Featuring


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Maya Smallwood

Principal, People Advisory Services

Maya Smallwood is a Principal in the People Advisory Services practice of Ernst & Young LLP. She leads global, enterprise change management and workforce development programs for digital transformations, process improvement initiatives and technology deployment, including 6 full lifecycle SAP implementations. Maya is skilled in applying targeted, innovative “people-focused” methodologies that enhance the employee experience, workforce productivity and drive business adoption.

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Penny Stoker

Global Leader, HR Services, EY

Penny is the Sr. Human Resources Professional with experience in multiple industries such as Life Sciences, Technology, Venture Capital, Healthcare and Professional Services. Currently lead Global HR Services for EY and lead the Executive Talent Team supporting the Executive Layer. Have 15+ years leading and working in global teams and have lived/worked in several countries.

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Paula Hogéus

Global Labor and Employment Law Leader and Nordics Law Leader, EY

Corporate employment law specialist supporting corporations in a wide range of HR and employment law matters with a focus on Workforce Transformation and HR Transactions; some examples: M&A-related issues such as due diligence, transfer of undertakings and post-transfer integration, as well as restructuring and redundancy involving trade union consultations, revision and change of incentives/rewards, (re-)drafting of employment and consultancy agreements. Workforce risk-management advice also includes assessment of claims regarding discrimination and other unfair treatment, litigation and arbitration, drafting of policies and other support to HR in their day-to-day work.

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Jessica Wollmuth

Principal, Climate Change & Sustainability Services, EY

Jessica recently joined Ernst & Young LLP and brings nearly 25 years of EHS&S consulting experience to our EH&S and Sustainability Services practice. She has led cross-functional and cross-cultural teams to develop unique solutions using expertise in decision analytics, group facilitation and technical expertise in environmental and energy management. Jessica focuses in managing projects with both an environmental management and business strategy component. She has worked for leading companies in a diverse set of industries including the apparel, consumer goods, agri-business, power, mining, chemical, and oil and gas. Prior to joining our CCaSS practice, she was responsible for sales and technical development of a major engineering and architecture services organization’s global sustainability consulting business. Services included sustainability strategy development, materiality assessments, target setting, reporting, climate and supply chain risk analysis, along with development of supporting management systems and implementation programs.

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