How should organizations plan for an uncertain future, especially when the external environment is changing daily and weekly? What does a viable workforce plan look like as the need arise for contracting and expanding staff? Register for this Virtual Town Hall and explore mission sustainability through workforce planning and hear best practices for navigating uncharted waters.
While every organization is unique, it is helpful to understand the legal, financial and practical differences among hiring freezes, furloughs and layoffs.
Questions we will review during the Town Hall include:
- Who should be involved in your organization’s workforce planning and the decision-making process?
- Should your organization have multiple contingency plans? How far ahead can your organization really plan?
- How does your organization’s financial sustainability impact if and when you choose one option over the other?
- What are the legal and financial implications of hiring freezes, furloughs, layoffs and position eliminations?
- How can your organization avoid benefits compliance pitfalls during these scenarios?
- How does the WARN (Workers’ Adjustment & Retraining Notification) Act of 1988 apply during a pandemic?
- How can your organization help staff manage “survivor’s guilt” if their colleagues are part of a layoff?
Senior HR Business Partner
Jennifer Prozinsk, ESQ.
About Lisa McKeown:
About Lisa Wright Ponce:
Jennifer counsels employers in a broad range of labor and employment matters, and advises clients on compliance with a variety of federal and state laws. Jennifer assists with the development and implementation of employment policies; strategizing for lay-offs; determining disability accommodations; and drafting and negotiating executive employment, restrictive covenants, service, severance, and settlement agreements. Jennifer has significant experience in conducting internal investigations and performing company-wide audits of employee classifications to ensure compliance with federal and state wage and hour laws.
In addition, she assists clients by reviewing and revising employee handbooks and other policies and procedures, including compensation practices, leave administration, and discipline/termination procedures. Jennifer regularly conducts equal employment opportunity and harassment and wage and hour compliance training for clients. See full bio.
This event is being co-hosted by Nonprofit HR and Venable, LLP.
About Nonprofit HR
Nonprofit HR is the country’s leading and oldest firm focused exclusively on the talent management needs of social impact organizations. We focus our efforts on project-based human resources consulting, HR outsourcing, talent acquisition, and executive search. Nonprofit HR also offers customized trainings, research and events, all with the objective of strengthening the people management capacity of the workforce.
Since 2000, our staff of credentialed experts have advanced the impact of some of the world’s most influential brands in the sector. See more information about Nonprofit HR.
Our professionals immerse themselves in our clients’ work to fully understand their biggest opportunities and challenges while helping them navigate an increasingly complex legal and regulatory environment. Today, with more than 850 professionals delivering services around the world, we’re helping our clients connect quickly and effectively to the experience, insights, and advice they need to achieve their most pressing objectives. See more information about Venable.