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Last week, JEDCO, Jefferson Parish and the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce released the Jefferson Back to Business Plan, the official strategy to reopen the Jefferson Parish economy. The plan, which was developed in concert medical experts and an industry task force, includes important standards and recommendations, industry guidelines, a vision for a phased reopening, and valuable resources to jumpstart business. As businesses plan to resume operations and bring employees back into the office, many factors should be considered to ensure a smooth transition.
Join JEDCO and the Jefferson Chamber of Commerce this Thursday, May 14th, at 11:00 am for “From the Comfort of Home Back to the Workplace: Will you be ready for your employees to return,” a Prosper Jefferson webinar built around preparing Jefferson Parish businesses for what comes next. Moderated by human resources consultant Stephanie Allweiss (Gotcha Covered HR), this valuable webinar will feature four informed experts who will cover a variety of topics including:
- HR’s role in balancing consistency with compassion
- HCM technology and adapting to our new world
- Putting local first – leveraging community strength when welcome customers back into the new normal
All Prosper Jefferson seminars are free and open to the public.
MEET THE EXPERTS
Richelle Kay is a senior sales rep of CPS. She has over 10 years of sales experience. She enjoys using her creativity to help business solve problems, create efficiencies, and to be a valued added resource to clients.
Maryann Miller directs StayLocal’s efforts to support a thriving local economy. She manages StayLocal’s alliance of local, independent businesses by connecting business owners to consumers, and to one another. Maryann is a certified real estate finance professional with more than 20 years working in the non-profit sector. StayLocal is an initiative of the Urban Conservancy.
Sanders Offner is the founder and President of CPS. With over 18 years of experience helping businesses, Sanders understands first hand what business owners and executives are going through during these challenging times and the resources needed to help. Sanders is very passionate in helping leading others to reach their goals.
Patricia “Patti” Pannell is a Human Resources Consultant and Mediator of Workplace Disputes. A native of Greenville, South Carolina, and a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Law, Patti was actively engaged in the practice of Labor and Employment law in her adoptive home of New Orleans for more than 25 years before following her passion of becoming an entrepreneur and starting her own business. In 2014, she co-founded Gotcha Covered HR to provide human resources support to small and mid-sized businesses, who often lack affordable access to professional human resources services.
Stefanie J. Allweiss is a Human Resources Consultant and Mediator of Workplace Disputes. After graduating from Tulane University School of Law, she practiced labor and employment law for 25 years in New Orleans, first as a partner with McCalla Thompson, and then with Fisher & Phillips. She litigated employment-related matters and conducted independent investigations of discrimination and harassment complaints. Stefanie later served as Executive Director of Employee Relations and Equity for Tulane University, a position specially created for her. Stefanie sat on the panel of mediators and arbitrators for ADR Inc. and conducted pro-bono mediations for the EEOC’s Regional office. Stefanie has trained as a “Coach” to Louisiana Charter School Boards and assisted schools on governance issues.