This week, we’re helping you and your team stay safe and productive by explaining what paid leave looks like in the time of Covid-19, defining different types of crisis leadership, providing you with a one-stop-shop of the best WFH resources, and helping you care for kids while working remotely.
This week’s growth quote:
“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”St. Francis of Assisi
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Are you grappling with the Department of Labor’s guidelines on emergency paid-leave? This article has all you need to know about the new provisions. It covers paid-leave policies, calculating pay, and payroll tax credits.
In times of crisis, people tend to narrow in on what they can manage. They look for certainty in a volatile world. That’s fine, unless you’re leading a company or a team. The advice in this article draws on 20 years of data on how executives have thrived (and led) in high-stakes emergencies.
We’re all working from home these days. Here’s a wrap up of the best tips, tricks, and information on remote work. Dive into the implications of the pandemic for business, what HR leaders are doing in the time of Corona, and the ultimate guide for running remote teams.
Working from home is one thing. Working from home while caring for kids (and home tutoring them) is another. Learn how scheduling, prioritizing and claiming your own time can help you stay on track.
If you missed the last recap, read it here: Working Out While WFH, Protecting Against Hackers, and Leadership In the Time of Covid-19