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COVID-19: Successfully Transitioning to Remote Working


COVID-19: Successfully Transitioning to Remote Working

The COVID-19 outbreak has caused many organisations to adopt and implement remote working practices for their employees. This switch can be challenging for both individuals and employers who are now faced with adapting to new ways of working.

Switching to remote working will have many implications for organizations, from both an infrastructure and operational perspective. It can also often take some time for individuals to adjust and adapt to working and communicating in different ways.

Join our ECO Canada experts Sarah Casorso and Helen Crawley as they explore some of our top tricks and tips to help you navigate the switch and ensure that your working at home experience is effective and enjoyable.

What we will cover:

  • Challenges and opportunities of remote working
  • Tips and tricks to help you adapt
  • Keeping connected – innovative ways to keep in touch
  • Well being, making sure that social distancing doesn’t leave you feeling isolated
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Sarah Casorso

Human Resource Manager, ECO Canada

Sarah is ECO Canada’s HR Manager bringing close to 10 years of HR and recruiting experience to the team.  Before joining ECO Canada, Sarah worked in the oil and gas and not-for-profit industies.   Currently, she manages ECO’s HR and Administration department in the areas of organizational effectiveness and development, full cycle recruitment, performance management, employee relations, and HR administration.

Sarah earned her B.A from the University of British Columbia and also holds a Certificate in HR Management from the University of Calgary.  She is also a member of CPHR Alberta.

During the COVID 19 Pandemic, you will find Sarah sharing the ‘office’ with her husband, 2 daughters, 2 cats and 1 dog.

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Helen Crawley

Junior Administrator (Certification), ECO Canada

Helen has over 15 years experience in customer service and project management. She has recently joined ECO Canada as the Junior Administrator for the Certifications team. Her main focus is to help build the EP community within ECO Canada by making sure our members are in good standing, utilizing their benefits and offering assistance when needed. Recently, she successfully launched the EP Community Connections group on LinkedIn. Helen considers herself the “membership concierge” as she is the point of contact for our EP members.
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COVID-19: Successfully Transitioning to Remote Working

The COVID-19 outbreak has caused many organisations to adopt and implement remote working practices for their employees. This switch can be challenging for both individuals and employers who are now faced with adapting to new ways of working.

Switching to remote working will have many implications for organizations, from both an infrastructure and operational perspective. It can also often take some time for individuals to adjust and adapt to working and communicating in different ways.

Join our ECO Canada experts Sarah Casorso and Helen Crawley as they explore some of our top tricks and tips to help you navigate the switch and ensure that your working at home experience is effective and enjoyable.

What we will cover:

  • Challenges and opportunities of remote working
  • Tips and tricks to help you adapt
  • Keeping connected – innovative ways to keep in touch
  • Well being, making sure that social distancing doesn’t leave you feeling isolated
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Sarah Casorso

Human Resource Manager, ECO Canada

Sarah is ECO Canada’s HR Manager bringing close to 10 years of HR and recruiting experience to the team.  Before joining ECO Canada, Sarah worked in the oil and gas and not-for-profit industies.   Currently, she manages ECO’s HR and Administration department in the areas of organizational effectiveness and development, full cycle recruitment, performance management, employee relations, and HR administration.

Sarah earned her B.A from the University of British Columbia and also holds a Certificate in HR Management from the University of Calgary.  She is also a member of CPHR Alberta.

During the COVID 19 Pandemic, you will find Sarah sharing the ‘office’ with her husband, 2 daughters, 2 cats and 1 dog.

Helen headshot

Helen Crawley

Junior Administrator (Certification), ECO Canada

Helen has over 15 years experience in customer service and project management. She has recently joined ECO Canada as the Junior Administrator for the Certifications team. Her main focus is to help build the EP community within ECO Canada by making sure our members are in good standing, utilizing their benefits and offering assistance when needed. Recently, she successfully launched the EP Community Connections group on LinkedIn. Helen considers herself the “membership concierge” as she is the point of contact for our EP members.