The Josh Bersin Academy is committed to supporting the HR profession through the massive changes forced on our organizations due to the Covid 19 pandemic. One of the biggest challenges is the rapid transition to remote work. To help our members and our profession we’ve developed a brand new program, The Remote Work Bootcamp. The program, which is supplemented by 40 supporting resources on remote work, is designed to help HR professionals learn how to generate trust, build shared norms, foster collaboration among teams, and deal with the unique work/life balance challenges faced by many employees – all while working remotely.
“We now know that remote work is here to stay, yet fewer than half of companies have clear policies and guidelines.” said Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and dean of the Josh Bersin Academy. “While most HR organizations have ‘playbooks’ for standard business situations – such as a merger, an acquisition, the opening of a new location, even a downsizing – this situation is unlike anything we’ve experienced before. HR professionals are now involved in tool selection, equipment allocation, policies and procedures, and the physical and mental health of employees.
“The Josh Bersin Academy is committed to supporting the HR profession tackle the unprecedented short- and long-term challenges ahead of us. The Remote Work Bootcamp is the first part of a bigger initiative we will soon be launching focused on ‘The Big Reset’ of work.”
A version of the Remote Work Bootcamp designed specifically for employees is also available from the Academy’s partner, Nomadic Learning, here.