The Great Realignment
It has been two years since the pandemic upended the traditional office-setting workforce, which forced many to work at home in response to safety concerns and emergent family priorities. In that time, workers reprioritized their life and reevaluated their current jobs and roles.
In an interview with CNN’s Christine Romans, ADP Chief Economist Nela Richardson will reveal the latest research illuminating the state of women at work today, exploring women’s return to work since the start of the pandemic and how it has varied across industries.
Chief Economist, ADP
Chief Business Correspondent, CNN
How to Leverage Generational Diversity to Create Connection and Growth at Work
While the similarities between generations tend to outnumber the differences, those differences can manifest themselves in clear ways. This interactive discussion will include conversations about what leaders are doing to create a safe space for all generations and care takers to thrive and collaborate both virtually and in person.
During this session, you will learn about:
- How understanding each generation’s unique social and historical context can be critical for organizations looking to hire and develop effective employees
- How COVID-19 and the resulting workforce impacts affected the generations and caretakers differently
- How leaders are evolving their policies and benefits to attract and retain all generations
- Efforts to combat age discrimination at every level of the organization
- How multi-generational mentoring and reverse mentoring play a role in developing and engaging a multi-generational workforce and helping workers progress in their careers
VP of Architecture, Workhuman
Sr. VP, Marketing Communications and Culture, Velocity, Paramount
Founder and CEO, Luminary
CEO and Founder, CPA MOMS
Producing Meaningful Change for Women at Work
Shonda Rhimes is an award-winning television creator, producer, and New York Times best-selling author. She is also the CEO of Shondaland, the global media company that encompasses storytelling through brand partnerships, merchandise, and content for film, streaming, audio, digital and editorial. In her career, Rhimes’ work has been celebrated with numerous awards, shifted the entertainment industry’s business model, and changed the face of television.
In this conversation, Shonda Rhimes shares her path to success and discusses strategies for creating a workplace where women can show up authentically and thrive.
Creator, Producer, Best-selling Author, & CEO of Shondaland
President, National Account Services, ADP
Worker Identity Research Collaboration (WIRC): Stories from the Field
The world of work is rapidly evolving. How people work, where they work, why they work, when they work and what they believe about work are questions with diverse and always dynamic meanings.
Leveraging in-depth, ethnographically informed, field research to better understand the role that work plays in people’s lives and communities by engaging directly with individual workers, our experts will share some of what they have learned to date with the Women@Work community.
PhD, Chief Business Anthropologist, ADP
Owner of Demophile, Ethnographic Insights Studio
Addressing Employee Burnout and Mental Wellness
According to a recent McKinsey workplace study*, women are even more burned out now than they were a year ago, and the gap in burnout between women and men has almost doubled. In the past year, one in three women has considered leaving the workforce or downshifting their career—a significant increase from one in four in the first few months of the pandemic.
Join us for a panel discussion where we will tackle how organizations can:
- Address systemic and societal issues affecting women’s mental health
- Discuss burnout prevention strategies in the workplace
- Examine how to adjust policies and practices to better support working women
- Explore actionable, self-focused interventions for mindfulness and self-care
Senior Director HR M&A, ADP
Entrepreneur, best-selling author and keynote speaker
Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
Director of Enterprise Strategy and Evangelism, AWS
PhD, Diversity, Leadership & Well-Being Speaker
"Driving" Change: Approach is Everything for Women in Sports...and Work
Dottie Pepper is a 17-time winner on the LPGA tour, including two major championships and the lead walking reporter for CBS Sports’ coverage of the PGA Tour, PGA Championship and Masters. Danielle Kang’s impressive golf career includes being a two-time winner at the U.S. Women’s Amateur and six-time LPGA Tour Champion. Together they share their experiences about their time in sports and how their strategies can be helpful in the workplace.
6-time LPGA Tour Winner
CBS Broadcaster, Author, and 17-time LPGA Tour Winner