Join us for a free pop-up webinar on March 18, 3:00 pm Pacific.
The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has virtually every business community in flux. As leaders, we have the opportunity to set the tone and demonstrate our commitment to dealing with this uncertain situation in a compassionate, confident, and professional manner. In this session, we’ll share information on key compliance issues facing business leaders and employers.
Leaders. This is what you’ve been training for. We are problem solvers.
We’ll cover employer obligations regarding state mandated Paid Sick Leave and other employment-related regulations (like unemployment, pay laws, disability and family/medical leave).
Maybe most importantly, we will provide practical tips to consider for your workplace, and how to be confident in your leadership and communication.
Information will be as current as feasible as of the live webinar on 3/18/2020. We’re investing time and updating our knowledge and resources daily.
Who is this webinar for:
– Business Leaders and owners
– Supervisors and team leaders
– Entrepreneurs and corporate leaders
What you’ll get:
– HR Compliance tips.
– Ideas for communication and leadership strategy in times of uncertainty.
– Sample communications for employees (sample memo, poster and email).
Have a specific question that we can answer during the webinar?
REGISTER HERE and when you get your registration confirmation, simply reply with your question!
About your facilitator:
Niki Ramirez is a seasoned, certified HR professional, researcher and speaker with over 20 years of experience. She and her team focus on providing practical, impactful HR consultation to business leaders so that they can relax and focus on their goals. HRAnswers.org’s goal is to help clients and friends like you reduce business risk and dramatically improve the employee experience. Clients trust our expert team to work on a variety of complex HR projects like employee training and development programs, employee handbooks, job descriptions, performance plans, and sticky hiring and firing situations.