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Gain access to COVID-19 webcasts including a monthly SHRM/CDC update on how COVID-19 is changing the workplace with Dr. Jay Butler, deputy director for infectious diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many businesses are being faced with a tough decision to either furlough, reduce hours, provide pay cuts, or layoff staff. When you join SHRM, you gain access to templates, tools and resources to guide you during these processes.
COVID-19 Resource Page
COVID-19 has brought a busy workforce to a standstill. This resource page provides you with the latest state and local policy updates and member-exclusive templates, tools and resources to implement today.
With a significant rise in temporary remote work, you need access to policies, tools and resources that HR professionals can lean on to make this a smooth transition for both your employees and organization. This resource page has downloadable tools, how-to guides and more.
SHRM/CDC UPDATE ON COVID-19: Understanding What Has
Happened and What Is Ahead
How to Prepare Your Organization for a Safe Re-Entry During COVID-19
Get the latest insight on the spread of the coronavirus and its impact on employers and workers. Dr. Jay Butler, deputy director for infectious diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will provide government updates and advice on what to expect in the coming weeks. SHRM president and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., will provide an update on steps SHRM and the HR community are taking during this crisis to keep workers safe.
As organizations contemplate options for re-entry, a lot of questions emerge. How can everyone remain safe? What if someone gets sick? When is the right time to go back? Should we even reopen the office? it can be hard to know what’s best for your organization.
During this webcast, BizLibrary's director of learning culture and talent development Libby Mullen will explain one thing that all organizations must do to make this transition as smooth as possible.