Over the last number of months, numerous employers and managers in downtown Montréal have been preparing for the return of their employees by developing plans focused on safety and flexibility. Meanwhile, in the face of a fourth wave, Public Health has recommended that workers postpone their return to the office until October.
The evolving situation makes it even more important for employers to carefully consider and prepare their office reopenings. That is the backdrop against which we have mobilized to help bring workers back to the workplace, so that everyone can once again say "I love working downtown!"
Take part in this CCMM event, organized in partnership with the Québec government and Ville de Montréal, to get the tools your business and managers need to organize a successful return to the office.
- Come and learn more about the health situation and the rules to follow
- Listen to employers of all sizes present their back-to-work strategies and share their best practices and pitfalls to avoid
- Understand how downtown stakeholders and transportation agencies work together to provide an attractive and safe environment
8: 30 a.m – Welcome and networking
9: 00 a.m - Strategic Meeting
Jean Boulet Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Solidarity
Pierre Fitzgibbon Minister of Economy and Innovation
9 : 50 a.m. Talk – Ensuring a safe return to downtown: Public health perspectives
10 : 20 a.m. Panel – Back-to-work strategies for all employers
Senior Partner and General Manager
Director – Human Resources Service
City of Montréal
Director, Regulatory and Government Affairs
Sun Life Québec
Managing Partner, Québec Region
11 : 10 a.m. Panel – Back to the office : The winning conditions to facilitate the workers' journey
Autorité régionale de transport métropolitain (ARTM)
President and Chief Executive Officer
Société de transport de Montréal (STM)
Noon - End of the event