Returning to Work after COVID-19: Best Practices for Employers

With over 1000 Canadians surveyed by Leger Marketing across the country, Adecco is thrilled to announce our upcoming Lead Webinar focused on the post-pandemic workforce with exclusive insights into employee's evolved wants and needs.

Returning to Work after COVID-19: Best Practices for Employers

COVID-19 caused a whirlwind in the world of work, shifting employees wants and needs in a way where employers are now in a position to pivot. As both employers and employees adjust and adapt to these new changes, employers must determine how employees will return to the office after COVID-19 and what the new normal will look like.

Survey findings from Leger Marketing

Leger Marketing, a Canadian market research and analytics company, surveyed over 1,000 Canadians on what employee’s are looking for when returning to the office after COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar, Edwin Sheppard, PhD, Vice President, Leger Marketing, shares exclusive insights forced on the post-pandemic workforce and employees’ evolved wants and needs.

From Quarantine to Quaranteam: How to lead a post-pandemic workforce

In partnership with Leger Marketing, Adecco shared the findings of this survey in this webinar that provides answers to employers’ most coveted questions including:

  • How has working from home effected employees' workload, productivity and work-life balance?
  • What are employees' expectations about going back to the office in a post-pandemic world?
  • What levels of PPE and workplace protocol must be met in order for employees to consider returning to work at the office?

Watch the webinar on YouTube →

About the presenter:

Edwin Sheppard, Vice president, Leger
Edwin Sheppard, PhD
Vice president, Leger

Throughout his 12-year career as a market researcher, Eddie has built a strong reputation for using research, facilitation and analytics to provide clients with sense-making strategic solutions. While Eddie’s experience spans both quantitative and qualitative research, his main area of focus includes the application of advanced analytics, including multivariate statistical techniques, choice-based methodologies, and segmentation. These techniques allow Eddie to transform data into actionable insights strategic recommendations.

Throughout the course of his career, Eddie has worked with local, provincial, national and international clients across several industries and become a valued lecturer across the country.

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