In her book, Angela Reddock-Wright, a prominent employment law attorney turned mediator, arbitrator, workplace, and Title IX investigator, draws upon her decades-long expertise working with employers and employees to help them create healthy, dynamic, and thriving workplaces. At a time when businesses and individuals were forced to embrace massive changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Reddock-Wright’s book sheds light on issues that are critical to organizational success – at the height of the pandemic and beyond.
In her book, she unveils the “4Es and 3Ds” – her unique formula for success in the workplace, drastically changed by the prolonged health crisis and other world events. From elevating human resources, engaging employees, supporting essential workers, responding to employee protests and activism (4Es), to unveiling alternatives to the daily commute, developing disaster preparedness plans, and discerning legal challenges (3Ds), Reddock-Wright delves into the work-related issues that have been on everyone’s mind since the onset of the pandemic in 2020.
Packed with interesting examples, true stories and recent statistics, Reddock-Wright frames her insights in ways that are clear, interesting, and pragmatic and could be beneficial for individuals, and for businesses and organizations of all sizes. It’s full of highly- practical takeaways for reimagining the workplace, adjusting to “the new normal,” and transforming unprecedented challenges into lessons learned to help us better prepare for the present and the future.