How to effectively communicate with employees during a pandemic
The global pandemic has significantly raised awareness to the importance of internal communications planning as most office-based firms sent their employees to work from home, altered their hours, or closed entirely, making it difficult to reach people. Even now, future working arrangements are unpredictable. Without the ease of quick, in-person checkins around the office, staying connected with employees is tricky.
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The Forgotten Participant: Non-Qualified ESPPs for Your Essential Workers
Essential workers such as grocery store, warehouse, and food-service workers are on the front lines of today’s COVID-19 pandemic; people who do not have the luxury to work from home. While there has been discussion and some limited action by companies around providing premium or hazard pay in the short-term, there has been little to no discussion around long-term solutions to compensate these workers fairly once we are out of this crisis. In The Forgotten Participant, Robyn Shutak and Elizabeth Stoudt discuss the flexibility of nonqualified ESPPs as a solution for all companies to truly motivate, retain, attract, and engage essential workers, often overlooked when designing equity programs.