How To Manage a Hybrid Workforce
Racquel Harris is The Chief Strategy Officer at R. L. Harris & Associates, LLC. Racquel has 25 years of Executive level experience in Human Resources and earned two certifications in Human Resources and certification in Risk Management. Racquel is a graduate of Indiana University where she received a BA in Organizational Communication. She is currently an MBA Candidate at Purdue University. Racquel has a full and comprehensive understanding of how important training is to an organization. She has a high aptitude for strategic planning and execution which she implemented while she was President of the Michiana Chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management. Under her leadership, the organization achieved the prestigious Chapter of the Year Award from the Indiana State Council of The Society for Human Resources Management. Racquel is an expert in labor relations, federal and state employment laws, and strategically aligning human resources with organizational goals.
Racquel is recognized in the community as a servant leader which has earned her numerous awards including the Martin Luther King Drum Major award presented by former Mayor Jeff Rea, The “40 under 40” recognition by the St. Joseph County Chamber of Commerce, The Seven Seals Award by the ESGR, and the Michiana Chapter Society for Human Resources Management 2010 Leader of the Year. She served on the Indiana State Council for the Society for Human Resources Management as a Historian and School to Work Representative, The YWCA Personnel Committee, The Bridges Out of Poverty Board, and the Community Coordinated Child Care Board of Directors. She also served as the Assistant Human Resources Director for the International Church of God in Christ Department of Evangelism and as an instructor for the Missionary Academy for the 4th Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of Indiana. Additionally, she has been a guest on the International Harvest Show with LeSea Broadcasting four times. Racquel enjoys volunteering her time to present professional skills training classes at the Work One Center to help candidates prepare for employment opportunities. She is committed to ensuring the success of others.
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Employers are struggling to create a balance in the workplace post-COVID-19. Many employees have adjusted to working remotely and are reluctant to return to the office. Organizations must now accept the hybrid work model as a requirement for strategic recruiting.
- Learn how a hybrid workforce can help your business thrive
- Strategies to support onsite and remote workers
- How to leverage HR Technology to create better workflow processes?
- How to prevent disruption between remote and onsite employees?
- How to build collaboration and teamwork between hybrid workgroups?
- What a successful Hybrid work environment look like?
Course Level - Intermediate to Advanced
Who Should Attend
HR Professionals, HR Executives, CEO’s, HR Business Partners, HR Directors, HR Generalists
Why Should You Attend
A recent survey revealed that 65% of workers prefer to work remotely post-pandemic. This webinar will teach attendees how a hybrid work model can add value to your company. A well-managed Hybrid workforce can increase productivity, and employee engagement, reduce turnover, and add organizational harmony.