Webinar: COVID-19 — HR Business as Unusual — AVAILABLE NOW
The world has changed a lot in the last 30 days. The coronavirus pandemic has dramatically altered the way we work. For those businesses considered non-essential, it has meant work from home, layoffs, RIF’s, furloughs and more.
In addition, there have been a myriad of new laws that apply to small companies. What is a small employer with limited resources to do? During her talk, Ms. Levitt provides employers, managers, and the like some practical guidance on current, hot human resources topics, including:
· New paid leave laws and mandated communication
· Employment leave policy considerations
· Layoff risks
· Benefit plan considerations changes to existing benefit laws
· Wage and hour considerations
· Telework ideas and challenges
· Preparing for return and changes in cultural norms
If you missed the webinar on Tuesday, April 21st, click here to view the full webinar recording and presentation slides.
As Founder and CEO of The HR Team, Eileen Levitt attains great personal satisfaction in helping small, mid-size, and emerging companies focus on what they do best; directing business growth and profitability.
Eileen’s previous employment saw her talents in fostering business growth expand as she contributed to her employers’ development. As the Human Resources Director for Rapid Systems Solutions, a Maryland-based technology firm, Eileen helped grow the company from a staff of 28 to 350 in five years. In her role as Human Resources Administrator for The Discovery Channel, the company grew from 90 to 450 employees in just three years.
In 1996, Eileen re-focused her vast knowledge and experience in human resources, including business strategy, communications, training, coaching, and financial management, to found The HR Team. Eileen has built her company on the strength and commitment of her talented team of employees. In addition to leading The HR Team, Eileen currently serves as a Commissioner on the Maryland Commission on Civil Rights. Appointed by the Governor, the Commission is dedicated to ensuring opportunity for all through the enforcement of Maryland’s laws against discrimination in employment, housing, public accommodations, and state contracts.
Eileen has been published and/or quoted in numerous magazine and periodicals including: The Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, Employment Management Today, HR Magazine, Inc. Magazine, Baltimore Sun, The Business Monthly, Baltimore and Washington Business Journals, The Daily Record, and Forbes.com. She is a featured contributor on negotiation in the Dale Carnegie Sales Training Book Sales Advantage and on the interviewing process for the book The Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Work. She also served as the “Recruiting Expert” for the online career management site: vault.com
Eileen is a Certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), a SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SCP) and holds an MBA from The University of Baltimore and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from The American University.