IESF Webinar: Back to Business

Last week, IESF held 2 webinars ¨Back to business – how the pandemic is changing industries today and in the future¨ with over 50 participants worldwide.

During this interactive webinar, participants shared their experience of how their business and industries of their countries are facing the current pandemic. Attendees also discussed what trends we shall expect after the lock-down and how the workplace will change in the future.

More than 50 HR Directors and Executives attended the webinar from countries such as Belgium, Canada, Chile, China, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Spain and Switzerland.

We would like to thank everyone for attending and sharing their experience during these unprecedented times! We were thrilled by the attendance we had at such short notice. Thanks to all those of you who participated and helped make it a success.



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