Safety is key for any return, and so is team mental health
The NAREIM Talent Management online roundtable discussed office return strategies, employee surveys and strategies around summer interns. As members prepare a phased return to the office, attendees said the key was to ensure people “felt safe”.
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Even with a vaccine, regular testing will be required – and employers will be key.
As NAREIM members tentatively eye a soft reopening and scaling up of their offices in September, CIC’s David Berlin spoke about the firm’s recently launched initiative – CIC Health – and efforts across the country to create community-wide testing assurance schemes, which pool access to viral testing and laboratory capacity for business, academic institutions and public services.
NAREIM is delighted to announce the new class of Barclay Fellows and to introduce them to the NAREIM membership. The class of 2019-2020 is the strongest group of Fellows yet, selected from over 25 nominated candidates and 11 graduate programs.
Not talking about race and gender today is like not talking about 9/11
Talent Mgt meeting 2020 key takeaways. Senior leaders need to engage in conversations about gender and racial equality today, because employees will see it as coming too late to wait six months or one year to speak up.
Diversity & Inclusion: An interview with Carnegie Corporation
Alisa Mall, the real estate head of Carnegie Corporation of New York, calls on managers to become “mentally, emotionally and financially committed to diversity” to create a culture that values diversity of thought to drive performance.