Employee Activism in a Time of COVID-19 | Brunswick Group

Employee Activism in a Time of COVID-19

2019 saw an increase in employees raising their voices for change, and then COVID-19 changed the workplace and the lives of employees everywhere.

Employees' voices are getting louder in the context of the pandemic that is putting their lives at risk, causing financial strain and raising questions around the value of individual workers.

During this on-demand presentation, our experts have a strategic communications discussion about how companies are working to re-emerge in the right way for their businesses and employees, how employees are asking to be heard, and how companies can better listen to drive positive employee action.


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Featured Speakers:

Rebekah Metts-Childers
Partner, Head of U.S. Employee Engagement

Rebekah specializes in providing counsel to companies during times of change – connecting communications strategy and business strategy to drive results. Drawing on her 20 years of experience in corporate communications, Rebekah has a strong focus on strategy, M&A and employee communications.

She has worked in the U.S. and London, with global experience across Europe and Asia.  Before joining Brunswick in 2018, Rebekah was a member of the leadership team at a strategy execution firm focused on transformation communications, leadership development, employee engagement and culture initiatives for Fortune 500 companies. 

Katharine Crallé
New York

Katharine has spent over a decade advising Brunswick clients around the world, having worked in the London, New York, Dubai, and Hong Kong offices prior to her return to New York.  

She specializes in helping companies position themselves to global stakeholders, both internal and external, around times of significant change, with a focus on crisis events and significant strategy shifts.  An employee engagement specialist, Katharine aids companies in developing change communications campaigns that empower and engage employees around business-critical issues.