During this panel webinar our speakers will discuss the impact the ongoing pandemic is having on inequalities and work, and will also explore what some of the likely, but unintended consequences of the management of the COVID-19 crisis are. Attendees will gain a better understanding of what the barriers to work during COVID-19 are, who is more likely to be affected by them and what employers can do to support employees at risk of encountering these barriers.
Who is this course for?
This program is designed for employers, leaders and managers that are looking to take a proactive approach in creating safe, healthy and inclusive workplaces for all.
Barriers to work during COVID-19 – what are they and how can employers address them.
Organizational policy – how can it be developed to support employees during COVID-19
Yana Rodgers earned her PhD in economics from Harvard University and her BA in economics from Cornell University. She is currently a Professor and serves as the Director of the Center for Women and Work at Rutgers University.
Melissa Egan is the National Lead of Episodic Disability Initiatives at Realize and has worked in the field of health and HIV for over 15 years as an educator and facilitator