Crisis HR

How HR can help manage reputational risk in the digital age

HR leaders are facing some of their biggest challenges to date in response to the coronavirus pandemic: reconfiguring production lines, preparing for furloughs and virtual layoffs, and planning for a return to the workplace. With such drastic and rapid changes, how can you show up as a leader for your employees, maintain morale, and retain talent for your organization when so much of the future is uncertain?

Angela Champ

In this webinar, author and employee engagement expert Angela Champ, former Chief People Officer at Prospera Credit Union, will share timely advice for motivating and supporting your teams—and yourself—during this challenging time.

Register now to:

  • Pick up ideas on how to protect and motivate essential employees who are returning to the workplace
  • Learn how to manage and communicate virtual layoffs, shut-downs, and furloughs with compassion
  • Find out how to keep retained and furloughed staff connected and engaged
  • Ask specific questions that relate to your unique role and workplace


Attendees of the webinar are eligible for the programs below.

HRCI-Logo-2019.pngThis webinar has been approved for recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute.
SHRM Recertification Provider CP-SCP Seal 2019.jpgThis program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM


About the presenter:

Passionate about lifelong learning and inspiring others to achieve their best potential, Angela writes, blogs, and speaks on a variety of leadership, professional development and personal growth topics. With experience in various industries including insurance, oil and gas, engineering, tourism, and banking, Angela was most recently Chief People Officer with Prospera Credit Union. Angela has a BA in political science from the University of British Columbia, a diploma in adult education from Vancouver Community College, and an MBA from Royal Roads University. Drawing on her years as a Human Resources Executive, Angela is the author of It Depends: Employee Relations Case Studies for Human Resources Professionals and Students, which was recently translated and published in French.

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