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Back to school is here – and one thing is clear, there isn’t a common approach to the school year.  With some schools starting virtually, others going back in person, and still others delaying the schedule and decision, parents have become a primary focus in the workplace as they navigate the uncertain realities.

First Person Advisors is hearing, “I just can’t go back to e-learning and working remotely long term.” Also, many have already exhausted the 12-weeks of emergency leave and no longer have that option.

What is an employer to do?

Although there aren’t easy answers, taking a flexible, empathetic and interactive approach will reinforce your culture and commitment to your employees during this challenging time. To get you started, our Megan Nail will share six ways for HR professionals to help parent employees navigate work and school.

Joining Megan is Colton Pedro, Director of Education, Outreach and Exhibitions at the Indianapolis Art Center, who invented a creative solution to the problem. Tune in the morning of Thursday, August 27 to learn more!

Register HERE.
DATE: Thursday, August 27
TIME: 11-12p ET
REPLAY: Yes! All our webinars are recorded. Register and you’ll receive the replay after the session.
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