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Have your employees returned to the workplace yet, or about to in the next couple of weeks? Compare your re-open strategy with these four considerations to ensure you're not missing out on a few key best practices.
- Prepare to hire/rehire - who, when, how to hire with flexibility
- Prepare your workplace
- Prepare your employees
- Prepare your managers - strategies to stay on top of legal requirements
Meet the Speakers
Jennifer Jech Simonson
Senior Vice President & General Counsel
Jen oversees the Legal, Risk Compliance, and Human Resources departments at Roth Staffing. She not only interprets legal policy and implements strategies for one of the largest staffing organizations in the U.S., but as an executive for a staffing company, she partners with thousands of business clients who seek to ensure their hiring and staffing solutions align with legal requirements. Jennifer received her undergraduate degree in Biology from UCLA and earned her juris doctor from UC Berkeley.
Since 1998, Pam has helped lead the Roth Staffing organization through all kinds of economic and social changes. All field operations roll up under her executive leadership, creating synergy across business lines and greater communication among all regions in the U.S. Her accomplishments include national recognition as Woman Executive of the Year winning the Gold Stevie Award at the Women in Business Awards in 2016. Roth has received national recognition for its workplace culture including a 2020 Inc.com Best Workplace, Fortune’s #1 Best Workplace for Women in 2018, #1 Best Workplace for Professional Services in 2017, and ten consecutive years as a Best Staffing Firm to Work For by Staffing Industry Analysts. Much of this success is attributed to the compassion and energy of Roth’s executive leaders like Pam Sexauer.
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