The surging pandemic, economic recession, and wildfires have taken a sizable toll on California businesses. These heightened stresses have a significant impact on employees' mental, emotional and physical wellbeing and on how effectiveness they are at work. How can manufacturers keep their employees motivated, foster teamwork in the face of social distancing and a partially remote workforce, and improve productivity, while mitigating legal risk?

During this webinar, CMTC Human Resources, Administration and Recruitment Senior Manager Jeri Summer discusses the importance of maintaining an engaged workforce and provides practical guidance and how to improve productivity and employee morale during challenging times.

Topics include:

  • Employee Mental and Emotional Health
  • Types of Support Companies are Offering
  • Key Actions to Improve Employee Morale
  • Key Actions to Increase Productivity of Your Workforce
  • Helpful Resources
  • Q&A

This webinar was originally presented on January 6, 2021 at 10:30am. 

Jeri Summer

About the Speaker

Jeri Summer
Human Resources, Administration and Recruitment Senior Manager at CMTC
Jeri Summer is an expert in strategic and functional implementation of Human Capital Management practices. 

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