Employees everywhere are anticipating (or dreading) a return to the workplace, but none of us know exactly what that will look like. For many, a hybrid work environment makes the most sense. However, HR leaders still have much to determine around the framework and execution of the hybrid workplace model, and organizational leaders have big decisions ahead of them.
Will employees be excited about coming back, or will they be fearful and unmotivated? What will the new office structure look like? How can leaders foster creativity, inclusivity, and collaboration within a dispersed workforce?
In this webinar, Blueboard’s Senior Director of Marketing, Morgan Chaney, will moderate a panel with Larry Dunivan, CEO of Namely, Amy Roy, Chief People Officer at Namely, and Kevin Yip, Chief Operating Officer at Blueboard. They will discuss:
Larry Dunivan is Namely’s CEO as well as a 30-year veteran in HR and software systems. At Ceridian, a cloud-based human capital management platform, Dunivan held a multitude of leadership positions across sales, customer support and product before becoming Chief Revenue Officer of the company. He also served as senior vice president at Global HCM Products where he led the development, deployment and launch of an end-to-end talent management application. Prior to joining Namely, Dunivan was interim Chief Executive Officer at ThinkHR, a risk management software company.
Amy Roy is the Chief People Officer at Namely, headquartered in New York City. She currently oversees the People function at Namely, where she is responsible for talent acquisition, employee retention, and growth and development. With over 20 years of HR industry experience, she brings valuable insight to help drive Namely’s organizational growth and product evolution. Prior to joining Namely, Amy held roles in Human Resources and Sales leadership. Amy earned her BA in Political Science and MA in HR Management from Rutgers University.
Kevin is the Co Founder & COO of Blueboard, an experiential recognition, rewards, and incentives company that helps companies like Google, Abbott Labs, and Procter & Gamble celebrate their people. Kevin was inspired to start Blueboard from his time working as an analyst at Pricewaterhouse Coopers. Kevin is a Bay Area native, and resides in the Inner Richmond of San Francisco. Kevin's favorite experience is the night he spent with the USA Basketball team in Shanghai, right before the 2008 Beijing Olympics.