Gabrielle Rigg Herzog, USCIB
Employees today are making values-based career decisions, and companies are having to think critically about not only legal requirements, but also cultural expectations related to human rights, diversity, ESG, labor rights, environment, social justice, development, sustainability, and more.
This kickoff to the Legal Summit will provide an overview of global and domestic regulatory trends affecting Atlanta-based companies and how HR professionals are positioned to advance understanding and compliance within their organizations. While each business is different, it is important to understand the dynamics at play, so leaders are ready to implement and manage change. What is voluntary now might be mandatory soon, and you and your employees will need to adapt, whether related to tracking new supply chain data, budgeting for higher wages, mitigating concerns about work conditions, and more. It means a redoubling and upgrading of all the time-tested best practices you know for this internal change management exercise, like hiring for soft skills, empathy, collaboration, and focusing on culture, culture, culture!
Join us and learn from keynote presenter Gabriella Rigg Herzog, Vice President for Corporate Responsibility and Labor Affairs, U.S. Council for International Business, about what should be on your radar now and in the coming months.