The Coronavirus – How to prepare your workforce now for what’s ahead

The Coronavirus – How to prepare your workforce now for what’s ahead

About this Webinar

The spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has prompted companies globally to act. While advice and speculation abound, it’s hard to tell if your organization is exercising adequate caution while preventing panic. It’s clear that the worst is not over, and employers need to make arrangements for a sustained response. To help our community understand what to do now and how to prepare for the months ahead, Poppulo recruited a panel of experts to share best practices.

What's covered:

  • Components of a crisis response strategy
  • Appropriate company policies
  • Communicating the “New Normal”
  • What other companies are doing and sample templates you can use

Event details

60 minutes


Precillia Redmond

Precillia Redmond

Founder & Principal, Maeve Consulting, LLC

Peter Lyon

Peter Lyon

VP of Global Customer Success

Jamie Baffa

Jamie Baffa

Managing Director, CRA, Inc.


Neil Lieberman

Neil Lieberman

Head of US Marketing

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