FREE Executive Webinar:
"How To Maximize A Flexible Work From Home Model For Your Employees To Keep Your Loved Ones Safe And Healthy And Keep Your Business Moving Forward"
LIVE Webinar: Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Start Time: 10:00 AM, Pacific Time
We are honored to collaborate with GSBA, Washington state's LGBTQ and allied chamber of commerce, and the largest LGBTQ chamber in North America. GSBA represents over 1,300 small business, corporate, and nonprofit members who share the values of promoting equality and diversity in the workplace.
During This Webinar You’ll Discover:
- The 43 critical policies, procedures, and protections EVERY business must have in place NOW to successfully work from home during these distressing times; overlook even one and risk your business survival.
- As you’ve opened the doors to your business to work from home, make sure that you are not opening the doors to hackers as well.
- The SHOCKING truth about what hackers do during a pandemic that most businesses don’t see coming until it’s too late.
Learn business process changes and strategies for maximizing a work from home model. By now, you've probably gotten your team working from home with some sort of computer setup, but are you doing everything you can to maximize your work from home model? This is no longer just a process about getting your people to work from home, it's about making sure your team thrives and maximizes success to weather these uncertain timelines.
I know coming from me, you'd assume this would all be technical in nature, but most of the content is focused on business process changes and strategies for switching to a work from home model.
Topics we'll cover:
- Creating a Pandemic Response Plan
- Business Intelligence
- Marketing and Sales
- Cyber Security
Who Should Attend?
Who Should Attend?
C-Level executives, directors, and managers who are concerned about process changes and strategies for switching to a work from home model.
This is of particular importance for those organizations with employees who handle ANY sensitive data such as credit card and financial information, HR or medical records (or serve clients who have medical records), or fall under ANY regulatory compliance requirement. Topics are especially suited for those who want to avoid having their business show in the news due to a data breach during COVID-19.
No need to dress up for the webinar as none of the attendees will be on video to conserve bandwidth. We invite you to participate through chat, phone, or computer audio.
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