The Burnalong HR Leadership Series Presents

Strategies for Supporting
Your Workforce in 2021

Melissa Fridman

Global Head of HR Investment Bank
Deutsche Bank

Adriana Machado

Former President & CEO GE Brazil

Bea Olavarria O'Malley

Former Global Head of
HR Jeffries Financial Group

Webinar Details

Key Takeaways

Webinar Details

As employers and leaders face uncertainty and complexity as they prepare their companies for 2021, HR leaders are helping their global workforces to navigate that complexity across multiple time zones, countries, and languages.

Join a panel of Global HR leaders from Deutsche Bank, Jeffries Financial Group, and the Former President & CEO of GE Brazil for a deep dive into strategies and tactics employers can implement to support their distributed and diverse workforces in 2021. 

With increased complexity in creating and sustaining a strong workforce culture across geographic locations, there has never been a better time for employers and leaders to focus on the wellness and overall health of their employees.

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About Burnalong

INC Magazine described Burnalong as “Pioneering a New Approach to Wellness (That Actually Sticks)”.

That’s because Burnalong helps individual users, employees, and their families achieve their health and wellness goals. It starts with personalized online wellness videos. This includes thousands of classes across 45+ categories, including classes for those who are struggling to achieve their health and wellness goals. Users also receive pre-built and custom challenges, programs, health metrics, and the ability to track goals and habits.

And it continues by delivering social motivation through group classes. Users have the option of taking classes alone, on-demand, in private groups, or live.

That’s why Burnalong users include insurance plans, cities, hospitals, universities, senior centers, and companies across the globe.

Our members range from amateur athletes to people struggling with chronic conditions. The youngest is 6-weeks old (taking Mommy and Me classes). And the oldest is 97 and counting.