• Getting Back to Business, Safely - COCHI

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    Name: Getting Back to Business, Safely - COCHI
    Date: September 23, 2020 - September 24, 2020
    Event Description:

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    The “Getting Back to Business, Safely” webinar series presented by Kaiser Permanente Hawaii returns on September 24 to discuss the topic of what to do if one of your employees contracts the virus.

    During the global pandemic, businesses have been so laser focused on how to keep their doors open, diversify their revenue, work remotely ad more. While these juggling priorities have been challenging, what happens when one of your employees announce that they have been tested for COVID-19? YIKES!!

    Register to attend the webinar “Getting Back to Business, Safely. Your Employee Tested Positive for COVID-19. What Do You Do?” on Thursday, September 24 at 1PM to learn from the experts on how to act quickly to minimize operations and staff risk including internal messaging, press releases, next steps to properly clean the office and more.

    Guest speakers include:


     Nathan Kam, President, Anthology Marketing Group

    Michele Kauinui, Director of HR Services, simplicityHR by ALTRES

    Dr. Phyllis Horner, CEO, Great Places and Spaces

    Jeremy Schmalfeldt, General Manager, BELFOR Hawaii

    Dr. Manfred Zapka, Chief Science Officer, Great Places and Spaces
    Location:
    Virtual
    Date/Time Information:
    Thursday Sept 24 1 pm - 2:30 pm
    Fees/Admission:
    Chamber Members Free
     promo code NICHAMBER, Apply
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