Final Preparation and Review for Re-opening
In this webinar, Laurel once again discusses things to do to prepare for re-opening your business or, if you are already open, what you need to remain mindful of as you move forward.
- Topic: Setting Strategy for continued closure or return to work
- Stop-Start Continue
- Detailed financial review
- Detailed employee/resource review
- Options for compensation and benefit changes
- Options for furloughs/layoffs
- Return to work Considerations – having a strategy here is key as well
- Safety protocols
- Workplace layout
- Continued telecommuting
- Employee Management
- Managing performance with the increased number of remote workers
- Considerations for accommodation
What to do for those that refuse to return to work
About the Host:
Laurel Rutledge’s human-centered approach, empathy, and understanding of individual needs make her a top-notch personal advisor and women’s leadership coach.
Her care and compassion have made her an indispensable guide for countless women navigating the next phases of their lives and careers. Add to that her intimate knowledge of the HR landscape, and it becomes clear why her HR clients have had such transformative experiences. Just as Rutledge has helped countless others get out of their rut and off of the ledge, so too can she help you.
After receiving her MBA, Laurel moved from accounting and consulting to human resources, driven by a desire to do good in a business environment. It quickly became apparent that the switch had been a good choice — she flourished professionally and became happier, satisfied with the difference she could make through her work.
After a 30-year career, she left the corporate world, but her passion for HR and helping others has only grown. Now, she works one-on-one with clients, leveraging her experience in leadership and personal development to help them get the most of out their lives and careers.
From her beginnings as a consultant at Deloitte to her time as VP of HR at Covestro, Laurel has seen more sides of the business world than most. She’s achieved technical mastery of HR, with a deep knowledge of the rules and regulations that must be followed.
She’s also a people person, perceptive and outgoing, with a sixth sense for helping others to see the difference between what they want and what they need. The culmination of this is in her personal philosophy: “lead with your heart, act with your head.”