WEBCAST

Road to new reality: Making virtual 'work' in the public sector

Webcast overview

As the impact of disruption continues, the latest KPMG American Worker pulse survey reveals the challenges that persist in the public sector. Government and higher education workers cite gains in the quality of work produced but declines in mental health and their level of engagement with their organizations since the onset of the pandemic. With virtual work looking more like the new reality, are current efforts to support employee well-being and job demands enough to keep public sector workers motivated and engaged?

During this webcast, we will explore the unique implications of a virtual work environment and budget cuts on government and higher education employee well-being, productivity, and performance management. Hear from leaders across KPMG and the public sector, as they address what agencies and higher education institutions can do to protect and empower their most valuable assets, their employees, by adopting new strategies and solutions that promote mental health, recognize employee work, and help ensure employee safety and well-being. 

This webcast will last approximately 60 minutes. Participants may earn one continuing professional education (CPE) credit for this webcast.

Featured speaker

Paul Lipinski

Paul Lipinski

Principal, Transformation Delivery, KPMG US

Moderator

Quimby Kaizer

Quimby Kaizer

Principal, Advisory, Transformation Delivery, KPMG US

Panelists

Robert C. Bobb

Robert C. Bobb

Mayor Bowser's ReOpen D.C. Advisory Group: Co-Chair, Government Operations, Public Safety, and Criminal Justice Sub-Committee; President & CEO, The Robert Bobb Group, LLC,


 

Michael James Frueh

Michael James Frueh

Deputy Assistant Secretary for Planning and Performance Management, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs


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