The New Normal:  Evolving workplace models during Covid-19

 

Organizations have responded to the Covid-19 pandemic by adapting workplace models and shifting to remote and hybrid operations. The relocation industry has been uniquely challenged by evolving travel restrictions, border closures and “vaccine passports”.  While Covid-19 has created disruption to labor markets, it has also created opportunities for new ways of working.  Join us for a lively discussion on how the pandemic is resetting major workforce trends, employee relocation and organizational priorities.

 

 

 

Date: September 21, 2021

 

Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Moderator: Rachel Bunbury, Principal, Barrister and Solicitor, Westbury Law Professional Corporation

 

 Speakers:

 

 Doriana Zohil-Morton,  President, MAC Relocation Services 

 

Christine Jurusik, Partner, Richards & Jurusik Immigration Law

 

Gina Rolls, Sr. Director, Corporate Compensation, Lowe’s

 

Davoud Salahi Rad, Digital Brand Strategist

 

 

 

 

 

 

Registration is now closed - A Walk in the Park: A guided historical stroll through NYC’s iconic Central Park” 

Tues June 22 & Wed June 23 –  1-3 pm with 15-20 people per walk. Offered on two days to accommodate as many participants as possible.

 Michael Miscione, former Manhattan Borough Historian, will return with a follow up to his extremely successful appearance in our programming to recount the origin, design process, and construction of New York City’s Central Park. He will acquaint us with the gifted team of landscape architects, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who conceived the park's famous Greensward Plan, and the shrewd but forgotten administrator, Andrew H. Green, who steered the project through hostile political waters, financial downturns, and the Civil War.