These are extraordinary times. We know you are being inundated with COVID-19 messages; we think that’s as it should be. As CEO and President of Vehr Communications, we want you to know that our team is focused on supporting you with helpful information. We’ve provided links below to such resources.
Thank you, and stay healthy.
Nick Vehr, CEO Laura Phillips, President
It’s not easy to wade through the steady stream of information that’s been available 24/7. These links are ones we’ve found to be helpful and credible.
This unlocked Harvard Business Review PDF details questions employers should be asking about COVID-19.
As the region’s only academic medical center (and our client), UC Health is the leading resource on complex medical issues. This microsite compiles the latest.
Here is a piece we’ve shared with clients with tips for proactively communicating during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As many companies begin to institute work-from-home policies, staying connected is vital. Here are a few resources to ease the transition.
LinkedIn is providing ways keep us productive and connected while we work remotely. It’s also made learning courses on working remotely available for free.
Zoom is a useful tool for teams to hold virtual meetings and conference calls while working remotely.
Our team has resources like contact information, time-tracking documents and work-from-home protocols assembled in one, shared accessible spot. If your team doesn’t have remote access to a shared drive, consider creating a Dropbox account.
It’s our job as responsible citizens to work to flatten the curve. These links provide helpful information about how to do just that.
We know we need to steer clear of large gatherings, but what exactly are the parameters of social distancing?
Coronavirus is reshaping workplace and social norms, and we will all need to adjust. #NoHandshake
We’re all homebound for a while. Here’s what you really need in your pantry.