Wintrust Business Lunch 3/12/21: The future of work and travel post COVID-19 and how you can safely celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – SEPTEMBER 01: Professor of physics and astronomy Dr. Jason Steffen teaches a remote Physics for Scientists and Engineers course from his office at UNLV amid the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) on September 1, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. To lower the number of people on campus to allow for social distancing because of the pandemic, the university moved fall 2020 courses with more than 50 students, about 80 percent of its classes, to remote instruction, with 20 percent of courses held in-person or hybrid. UNLV is only using large classrooms with spaced out seating and under 50 percent capacity for in-person classes, which are now staggered to reduce density on the campus. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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Segment 1: Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of LaSalle Network, joins guest host Jon Hansen to discuss what work will look like down the road as the vaccine rollout continues and more people return to the office.

Segment 2: Kaben Clauson, CEO, truepublic, talks to Jon about TrueTeams, a new platform that makes employee feedback fun and creates a feeling of belonging as more companies continue to work remotely or in a hybrid environment.

Segment 3: Nick Ewen, Senior Editor, The Points Guy, tells Jon about a new study that potential travelers are more likely to travel to a destination that requires a COVID-19 vaccine.

Segment 4: Jason Lesniewicz, Director of Cultural Tourism, Choose Chicago, tells Jon about some of the fun and safe things we can do to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.

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