Culhane Meadows co-founder Heather Haughian is a panelist for a presentation titled “Hiring & Supervising in a Virtual Environment,” hosted by Women Owned Law (WOL) as part of their 2021 Virtual Symposium. This panel takes place on Thursday, March 18, 2021, 1:35 – 2:25 PM ET.
Here is a brief description of the presentation:
Join us for an interactive panel discussion with practitioners from a variety of backgrounds about how to effectively hire and supervise your team in the virtual environment. Whether your office has always been partially or entirely virtual, or whether you encountered these challenges for the first time in the pandemic, this panel has something for you. Topics will include:
- remote interview strategies,
- how to build a team and engage employees remotely,
- remote performance management,
- legal considerations in having a distributed workforce, and
- giving effective feedback in the virtual environment.
To learn more and sign up for the presentation, click here.
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