Returning to the workplace post-COVID-19 will require a careful balance of coordination, sensitivity, and logistics. You may be grappling with questions such as:
Our Back to Work webinar series can help you think through these questions and more to ensure proper COVID management once you’re back in the workplace. Here are three on-demand webinars that may be especially helpful:
Overcome vaccine management challenges
Quickly delivering vaccines at scale isn’t easy, but it’s vital to minimizing waste and vaccinating as many as possible as efficiently as possible. To succeed requires automating workflows. Watch the 10 Best Practices to Solve Last-Mile Vaccine Management Challenges webinar to learn more.
Automating workflows can help us overcome logistical challenges and simplify vaccine management. Discover how we can create a healthier future together.
Have a crisis management plan
Did you know the Now Platform and emergency response apps can help your organization manage COVID-19-related crises? Join our COVID-19 Crisis Management in Action: Now on Now webinar to learn how.
ServiceNow resiliency experts will walk you through the steps we took to ensure our employees stay safe, business continues, and we respond quickly. You’ll also learn about our ensuing results and business outcomes.
Act fast to minimize flare-ups
Implementing a contact tracing program can put your organization in a position to take rapid action if one of your employees is exposed to COVID-19. But where do you start?
Watch the Contract Tracing 101 webinar to hear ServiceNow employee experience experts share tips on:
We’re all eager to get back to interacting in person again. These three webinars on managing COVID in the workplace will help us get closer to making that a reality.
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