We all know managing others is a full contact sport – it is not for the faint of heart. Being a manager means you have to deal with tough issues both from an employer perspective as well as that of the employees...it is enough to lose sleep over. We now have employees working remotely and there are new dynamics to consider. How will you maintain safety, keep up with regular coaching and provide feedback? Success can be reached! We have ideas to help.
Let’s discuss some of the NEW challenges managers are facing like:
- Managing remote workers
- Employee safety
- Improving employee communication
- Dealing with mental health
- Bringing employees back
- Understanding Generation Z
- Saying good-bye to employees
- And of course, we will visit some of the standard items too
This webinar will allow time for your questions so feel free to bring them to the conversation.
Multifamily NW Welcomes: HR Answers
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