As businesses determine what the next normal will look like, employers are exploring ways to accommodate different work styles. While some individuals prefer commuting to an office environment, others are reluctant to relinquish the degree of work-life integration that working from home afforded. For many businesses, a hybrid model seems to be the best way forward. Nonetheless, there are immediate and longstanding impacts – good and bad – on professional involvement, mentoring, and advancement that need to be evaluated. Join us for a discussion as we examine this topic further.
The confirmed speakers for this program, which has been approved for one Continuing Legal Education ethics credit, are as follows:
Thursday, October 14
Registration | 3:45-4:00 PM
Program | 4:00-5:00 PM
Cocktail Reception | 5:00-6:00 PM
Due to the rising number of Covid-19 cases and increasing concern about the delta variant, DGS would like to ask all event attendees to show us a copy of your vaccine card at check in. We appreciate your cooperation in the interest of everyone’s health and safety. The firm is committed to following the guidance of the CDC as well as local and state officials. Should we need to adjust the format of this event, we will communicate such information via email to all registrants. Please contact Lindsey Reifsnider should you have any questions.