The Three R's for 2021 Part I: Remote, Return and Rewards

  • 18 Mar 2021
  • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Virtual Meeting

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Please join us Thursday, March 18, 2021 from 8-9 AM

The Three R's for 2021 Part I: Remote, Return and Rewards

Presented by Tamara Pawlichka 

2020 was an unprecedented year for all of us. Some may be in disagreement but like it or not, the pandemic has forever changed the corporate landscape. Managing a remote workforce continues to challenge managers. Some employees are thriving while others are struggling. Even with the vaccine becoming available, the decision to return to the workplace can still be complex. Will all employees return? Does your organization have a plan and have you addressed impacted employee policies, procedures and rewards? 

The pandemic has triggered companies to look at benefits and rewards through multiple lenses. Planning decisions are even more complex. Join us as Gallagher covers highlights from their 2020 National Benefits Strategy and Benchmarking and COVID-19 Pulse Surveys along with emerging trends and considerations to plan with confidence. 

Program Objectives:

  • Learn best practices for effectively leading a remote workforce and/or a combination of remote and onsite employees.
  • Learn key considerations in building your return to workplace plan.
  • Learn and expand your HR toolkit with data and insights to create a flexible rewards strategy.

HRCI/SHRM = 1.0 credits

Zoom invite will be sent prior to event

About our speaker:

Tamara Pawlichka is the Regional Senior HR Consultant with Gallagher’s Human Resources & Compensation Consulting practice. Tamara has more than 25 years of HR and consulting experience in the financial services, transportation and pharma industries. She has led strategic and tactical delivery of HR services for complex, cross-functional projects as part of M&A, integration, restructuring and change management initiatives. She has provided consultation, effective recommendations and support to companies in the areas of HCM strategy and execution, HR policy, process & system design, compensation, total rewards, performance management, talent management strategies, and communication strategy and deployment.

Prior to joining Gallagher, Tamara spent 12 years at UPS, the world’s largest package delivery provider with over 481,000 employees globally (399,000 in the U.S.). She held several positions including Global Cash Manager, Director, Investor Services and Director, Compensation. She supported the company’s many strategic initiatives, including a sales force restructuring and integration affecting over 5,000 employees (at the time, largest enterprise-wide project in company history). She has also held positions in the financial services industry in treasury management and consulting. Her passion is to leverage her diverse experience to assess business issues and problems and then deliver practical HR solutions that balance the best interests of management, employees and shareholders

Tamara earned her Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA. She has obtained her Senior Professional in Human Resources, and the SHRM Certified Professional along with the World at Work Compensation Professional certifications.





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