COVID-19 Webinars & Podcasts

The coronavirus pandemic is shifting the daily reality for us all. Tune into our webinars and podcasts to help you navigate this uncharted territory.

Webinars

Design and Impact of Your Benefit Programs

Approx. Length: 1 hr (On-Demand)

Your benefit offering can be one of the most powerful assets in your quest for talent especially while navigating our new normal.

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Employees now take into account more factors than ever in their job decisions, whether it's staying where they are or looking for somewhere new to go. This is why benefit program design has become one of the leading differentiators for companies when it comes to attracting, engaging, and retaining employees. Organizations must think progressively, and regularly, about benefit offerings and how they impact the employee experience. Your benefit offering can be one of the most powerful assets in your quest for talent especially while navigating our new normal.

Our HR Program Manager Shari Simpson is joined by HR Benefits Manager, Jill Santercier, for a conversation about:

  • What benefit expectations employees have now in our new normal
  • Understanding how a benefits strategy can attract, engage and retain employees
  • How to measures effectiveness and iterate on programs

Getting Back to Work

Understand what you need to know to develop a plan, stay compliant, and keep your employees safe.

Approx. Length: 1 hr (On-Demand)

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The coronavirus pandemic hasn't ended, but as restrictions in the US start to lift, now is the time to think about how we bring employees back to work and back to the office.

Join us for a detailed discussion on what you need to know to develop a plan, stay compliant, and keep your employees safe.

In this session we'll talk about:

  • Regulatory compliance considerations
  • Developing your return to work plan
  • Health and safety once employees are back in the office
  • Navigating employee concerns

Life After COVID: The New Normal

As a result of COVID-19, some changes may be temporary, but many of them have already come to define our new "normal.” Tune in to understand what employee expectations are during and after the pandemic.

Approx. Length: 1 hr (On-Demand)

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This pandemic has fundamentally changed our personal and our work lives, but what happens on the other side of this? We are already seeing the effects of this crisis on our expectations of how we work and engage with one another. While some of these changes may be temporary, many of them have already come to define our new "normal.”

Our HR Program Manager Shari Simpson is joined by CHRO Cheryl Johnson, HR Director Kate Grimaldi, and Talent Management and HRIS Director Calvin Sun for a conversation about:

  • Employee expectations during and after the pandemic
  • What the new employee experience has become
  • The role of resiliency and empathy play going forward

How to Successfully Re-engage with Employees and Clients

Join us for this webinar to discuss strategies for engaging employees and clients  safely and effectively as they return to work.

Approx. Length: 1 hr (On-Demand)

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Though many companies are still managing through current events, they also need to plan for how to bring business and people back as shelter-in-place orders expire. Companies also need to be sure to understand and comply with new legislation and possibly new ways of doing business, including social distancing guidelines and other state-specific mandates.
It's a lot to plan for, but we've got your back. Join us to learn:
  • Best practices to strategically navigate and implement new guidelines
  • How to apply new policies and procedures around telecommuting and other related employee rights due to the current health crisis 
  • About implementing procedural improvements of your business

For Partners: Emerging Stronger Together — Successfully Navigating Crisis

Members of the partner community, including benefit brokers, financial advisors, consultants, associations, and more, join us for strategies that can help you navigate the current crisis.

Approx. Length: 1 hour (On-Demand)

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The objective of this webinar is to provide you with the framework and best practice approaches to strategically navigate the remaining phases of this world crisis helping you emerge stronger with more resiliency and brand equity. The content provided will provide the necessary information for your organization to apply to any potential crisis.

Guest Speaker Melissa Agnes, founder and CEO of Crisis Ready Institute, is a recognized leading authority on crisis preparedness, reputation management, and brand protection. She is a coveted speaker, commentator, and advisor to leading organizations faced with the greatest risks. Melissa has worked with NATO, the Pentagon (DoD), Ministries of Foreign Defense, financial firms, and technology firms.

How to Activate CARES and FFCRA in Paylocity Tools

Paylocity has been hard at work familiarizing ourselves with the CARES and FFCRA Acts, and updating our product so it’s ready to support you during this time.

Approx. Length: 1 hour (On-Demand)

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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) includes measures aimed at stimulating the economy. The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) includes mandatory employer provided emergency sick pay and emergency paid family leave, as well as other provisions such as free COVID-19 testing.

Our HR Program Manager Shari Simpson is joined by Senior Director of Product and Technology, Christine Pellini, for a conversation about our approach to product updates based CARES and FFCRA, including:

  • FFCRA: Tracking leave types, ensuring accurate pay, and how the credit works
  • CARES: Solution for employer social security taxes deferral
  • CARES: Employee retention credit functionality on the horizon

SHRM Certification has approved this webcast for 1 PDC toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification. A program code will be provided at the end.

Review of the CARES Act

President Trump has signed the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” or the “CARES Act,” which includes several provisions that impact employers. Learn how it may affect you and your organization.

Approx. Length: 1 hr (On-Demand)

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The CARES Act includes measures aimed at stimulating the economy, and focuses on assistance for small businesses, industries that have suffered a more severe impact, and individual taxpayers. Listen to a discussion about the CARES Act bill and how it could impact your business. 

We’re in this together, and we’re monitoring the situation so we can keep providing you with resources and information you need to support your people.

Getting Through Emergencies, Disasters, Communicable Diseases

See how you can support your organization and employees through COVID-19 and beyond.

Approx. Length: 1 hour (On-Demand)

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Though employers are now facing a lot of changes and challenges in the face of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), hopefully, preparedness for emergencies, disasters and communicable diseases is not a new topic for those organizations. But even if it is, it’s the perfect time to use the current situation as the chance to get your plans in order.

Our webinar “Managing Through and Preparing Your Organization for Emergencies, Disasters and Communicable Diseases” gives you resources to do just that.

Watch and hear about:

  • Preparing for emergencies, disasters, and pandemics
  • Implementing preventive measures
  • Managing employees during a crisis
  • Catastrophic event business recovery

Podcasts

Racism, Ethnophobia and COVID-19

Learn about what effects COVID-19 has had on our culture and how we can educate others about racism and ethnophobia.

Life After COVID AMA Questions Answered

ou asked some of your tough questions related to the new normal and returning to work, and we assembled a team to answer them.

C.A.R.E. as a Leadership Model featuring Kami Bond

Showing care, empathy and transparency as a leader is not just a hot topic but at the core of Kami Bond's C.A.R.E. model.

What You’re Experiencing is Grief

Jessica Fenstemacher, LCSW joins us to discuss navigating the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our mental health, including grief in the workplace and identifying when employees are struggling.

What You Should Know About the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act

Join Shari Simpson (HR Program Manager) and Corinne Tirone (Director of Government Relations) as they discuss the basic provisions.

Employment Law Updates: Form I-9 and E-Verify During COVID-19

PCTY Director of Government Relations Corinne Tirone joins the PCTY Talks podcast for this episode of employment law updates due to the coronavirus.

Coronavirus Q&A: CHRO Cheryl Johnson and Lindsay Ditlow, JD

Get expert advice on how organizations can navigate the COVID-19 pandemic during this Q&A with CHRO Cheryl Johnson and Legal Counsel Lindsay Ditlow.

Developing Resiliency with Ashley Nelson from Inseus: Part 1

Learn how resilience could be the key for companies and employees, especially HR and payroll professionals, when facing challenging times.

Developing Resiliency with Ashley Nelson from Inseus: Part 2

We sit down again with Ashley Nelson from Inseus to discuss resilience for HR and payroll professionals in challenging times.

State-Specific Legislative Updates Related to Coronavirus

Listen to our chat with Director of Government Relations Corinne Tirone as she walks through the details of new state-specific COVID-19 legislative updates.

Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201): What You Need To Know

We talk to Director of Government Relations Corinne Tirone about the details of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (H.R. 6201), which was signed into law March 18, 2020.

Meditation Practice: A Moment to Arrive by Ashley Nelson of Inseus

In this episode of PCTY Talks, Inseus founder Ashley Nelson guides us through A Moment to Arrive meditation practice.


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