Remote Workforce Management

Remote Workforce Management Seminar

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The Program

This seminar will provide clear and usable information and management tools, processes and techniques for dealing with workforce management — particularly managing a remote workforce — under COVID-related federal and state mandated laws, regulations and rules governing business operations, workforce/employee benefits and rights, employer obligations and other requirements. Specifically:

  1. Understand the various laws and regulations imposed by federal, state and local authorities and how they impact business operations and management actions;
  2. Understand what management actions are required and how to effectively implement those actions;
  3. How to establish a remote workforce system, polices, procedures and processes to effectively continue operations of the enterprise;
  4. Providing for effective employee management and support in a remote work situation and/or environment.

What You Will Learn

Participants will be able to:

  1. Know the laws, regulations and rules governing their workplace and how to apply those legal controls and operate effectively under them.
  2. Establish remote worker systems, programs, policies and procedures in the COVID-19 regulated environment.
  3. Apply effective management approaches, techniques and actions in support of remotely working employees to ensure employee productivity, efficiency and well-being.
  4. Create programs specific to their workplace for the management of their remote workforce and for the integration of on-site and remote workers and management.
  5. Utilize the challenges of managing a remote workforce under COVID-19 controls as an opportunity for increased and improved workforce communication and team building.
  6. Identify and utilize external resources to support business operations and managing a remote workforce.

Who Will Benefit

This course is tailored to company-wide executives, managers, human resource professionals and staff, office managers, supervisors and leads, and other interested individuals who can gain value from the presentation.

Course Schedule & Delivery Format

This course is presented in real-time, web-based meetings (ZOOM) with real-time chat/question capability. The course length is two days. 

Dates: 1/25/21 & 1/27/21
Days: Monday and Wednesday
Times: 6-8pm
Location: Via Zoom
Instructor: J Vigneau
Dept/Course/Sec: MGX 995 01
Course Number: TBA
Fee: $49

Instructor Profiles

HRM Faculty

Jim Vigneau, HRM FacultyJames D. Vigneau, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
HR Consultant and Director of HR and Administration for Peppermint Ridge

Jeanie Talbot, HRM FacultyJeanie Talbot, PHR, PHRca, SHRM-CP
Principal Consultant of Talbot HR Solutions, with over 20 years of human resource consulting/training experience, including 18 years with CSUDH.

Gen Perez, HRM FacultyGenoveva "Gen" Perez
HR Director, Ace Clearwater

Linda Nespole, HRM FacultyLinda Nespole
Executive Level Human Resources Leader with more than 20 yrs of progressively responsible success.

Advisory Board Members:

  • Christine Becker, SPHR, Human Resources Generalist, Pelican Products
  • Jesse Bosque, President, Professional Solutions
  • Gary Bradley, Esq. Bradley & Gmelich
  • Corey Curties, Manager, Blockbuster Video
  • Michelle Jaure, PHR, HR Manager, Webcor
  • James D. Vigneau, SPHR, Chief Operating Officer for Balboa Horizons Services


 Information & Registration


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