Amber Stark

Register Now for SIOP’s May 26 Virtual Workshop: Tackling Employee Redeployment

Organizations have been faced with rapid downsizing, expansion, or repositioning of their business strategies due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This has made the conversation around employee redeployment a hot topic; however, direction on how to effectively and efficiently tackle redeployment remains scarce.

In our May 26 webinar, Tackling Employee Redeployment–Ensuring Gain With Less Pain, presenters will discuss some of the challenges of redeployment, how it is commonly addressed, how I-O psychology research can help us in addressing this challenge, and some possible approaches to ease this highly complex task.

This webinar will be held from 11 a.m. to noon ET May 26 and is intended for practitioners who are considering or in the midst of redeploying employees at their organization. Click here to learn more and to register.

By the end of this session participants should:

  • Be able to discuss the benefits and challenges of redeployment
  • Understand how I-O psychology research advises on how to approach redeployment
  • Be informed on current, practical methods for redeployment
  • Be able to formulate 1–3 specific actions to improve redeployment at their organization

Thank you to Plum for their generous sponsorship of this event. Per APA Standards and Criteria for Approval of Sponsors of Continuing Education for Psychologists, Standard G, SIOP declares that there is no other commercial support or conflicts of interest for this program.

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