RESOLVE Increments presents:

Women in the Hybrid Workplace

On-demand panel discussion

According to a PwC study, 55% of employees would prefer to be remote at least three days a week, while 68% of employers believe employees should be in the office at least three days a week to maintain their company culture. However that pans out, it’s clear that hybrid work is the new reality of the workplace for many.

But, there’s more to it than just your team’s preferences. As you look ahead to back to school, there are additional underlying systemic issues such as the dramatic decrease of women in the workplace, disparities in pay and increasing need for childcare support that should be considered.

At this in-person RESOLVE Increments (hosted live in-person on August 12, 2021), you’ll get insight to a conversation on the challenges and solutions around this shift to hybrid work, and how to better support women in the workplace. 

You’ll walk away with:

  1. An enhanced understanding of some of the work challenges women and mothers have, especially in light of recent events
  2. Ways to support women that allow them to thrive personally and professionally
  3. Approaches to create a more gender equitable workplace

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Your People Leader Panel

Megan Nail

VP, Total Rewards Practice, First Person

Megan advises clients on how to meet their goals through total rewards and compensation strategies, including competitive base and incentive pay structures. With over 12 years’ experience as a leader at SHRM, Megan is determined to strengthen Indiana’s HR community. She is currently the State Director for HR Indiana SHRM and has several accreditations including CCP, SHRM-SCP and SPHR-CA.

Megan Jarvis

Megan Jarvis

VP of Talent, Lessonly

As Vice President of Talent for a growing tech firm, Megan focuses on developing and executing the talent strategies. She brings more than 14 years’ experience in human resources and leading people.

Mary Beth Oakes

Mary Beth Oakes

CEO, Business Furniture & Choreo

Mary Beth is passionate about making culture the center of every company and has spent the last 28 years working in furniture and change management. There’s a level of grit and positivity in everything she does, including her commitment to philanthropy and serving on boards that focus on female leadership and empowerment.