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Workhuman and ADP Panel: What Employers Need to Focus on to Thrive

Nov. 10, 2021
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET

Last year, rapid, real-time data was our friend – bringing transparency into our workforces and helping business leaders uncover and mitigate workflow gaps to pivot during the pandemic. Now, the path forward demands another reevaluation of which workplace programs and practices should be prioritized to emerge even stronger. So, what does it take to keep employees happy and ensure a thriving business in the middle of all this change?  

During this conversation, our experts will share the latest data and groundbreaking analytics from Workhuman® research. The panel will explore the path forward to hybrid environments and ways to maintain productivity whilepromoting a sense of belonging and inclusion.   

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • What the data is telling us about the workplace since the start of the pandemic and how it can help us navigate the year ahead
  • Why employee appreciation and human connection are more important than ever
  • How to develop a high-trust culture that fuels engagement in a rapidly evolving future of work 
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Bob Lockett

Chief Diversity and Talent Officer, ADP 

Bob is the chief diversity and talent officer at ADP. In this role, he is accountable for ADP's diversity, corporate social responsibility and talent strategy. Likewise, Lockett is responsible for incorporating diversity, equity and inclusion strategies into ADP's talent practices, which include senior executive hiring, succession planning, leadership development, performance management, associate engagement, organization design, executive coaching, assessments and accelerating the organization's performance.

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Martha Bird

Chief Business Anthropologist, PhD, ADP 

Martha is ADP's chief business anthropologist, providing thought-leadership on the design and creation of meaningful services, experiences and products. Her approach both questions and contextualizes the social and cultural dynamics of technology. Bird understands technology as a complex cultural phenomenon and sees it as deeply embedded in the broader contexts of individual agency, geography, social norms and infrastructural capacities.

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Jesse Harriott

Global Head of Analytics, Workhuman  

Jesse focuses on expanding the research efforts of the Workhuman Analytics and Research Institute, and building out Workhuman’s data science capabilities. An esteemed research and analytics professional with more than 20 years of experience, Jesse has advised many private and public organizations on analytics and labor-market issues, including the White House, the Federal Reserve, and the U.S. Department of Labor.

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Lynette Silva

Principal Consultant, Workhuman (moderator) 

Lynette is a principal consultant on Workhuman’s Strategy & Consulting team, partnering with clients on change strategies to make work more human. Lynette is also an experienced human resources and recognition researcher and analyst. She provides organizations with the supporting industry trends and best practices often needed to consider the many aspects of what it means to make more human, validate their social recognition strategy and approach, and achieve success. During her career, she has effectively led and moderated Evanta boardrooms, workshops, master classes, and train-the-trainer sessions.