4/23/21 Webisode: Preparing Your Business for COVID-19 Vaccines #2: How To – Creating a Vaccine Policy & Plan
April 23, 2021
Preparing Your Business for COVID-19 Vaccines | Special 3-Part Webisode Series
#2 – How To – Creating a Vaccine Policy & Plan
COVID-19 continues to create significant health and economic challenges, but hope is on the horizon as vaccinations are being administered. As we enter this next phase in the COVID-19 recovery and eradication, employers will have a key role to play in the WNY vaccination efforts because employers are often perceived as more trustworthy than the government.
From employee communications and segmentation to the administration of the vaccines, getting shots into arms is multi-faceted and brings numerous challenges. That is why we have created this webisode series to help employers navigate this new, but critically important territory. We’ve also provided a comprehensive set of resources on our website.
Attendees of each event will receive:
- Answers to key questions that businesses should consider, followed by action steps.
- Supporting resources, including templates for employee, customer, and other stakeholder communications.
- Business case studies and examples from Buffalo Niagara business leaders to provide ideas and inspiration.
This is a must-attend for any employer who cares about their workforce, their neighbors, and the economic recovery of the region. Let’s strategically work together to come out strong.
Watch this event recording from 4/23/21 to learn more about how employers should develop a plan to remove barriers to vaccination and make it easier for employees and workers to get vaccinated when it’s their turn.
In the recording: Get a step-by-step plan for writing a COVID-19 Vaccine Policy and a Workforce Vaccination Plan to organize your efforts. Some key topics that will be covered will be:
- Designating a company vaccine plan coordinator and/or task force
- Developing a company plan and policy that incorporates all stakeholders
- Coordinating with the insurance provider on vaccination logistics and coverage
Watch the Recording Here:
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The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is committed to providing employers with the latest information and resources to help you deal with COVID-19 and its impact on our community, state, and nation. Visit our Events Page and Resource Page, as they are updated regularly to provide you with the most current information.
Do you have specific questions related to running your business or your business unit? Visit the BNP Business Link, a question and answer forum for, and by, the Buffalo Niagara business community. Submit your questions and get expert answers on just about any topic from legal, IT, HR, NYS regulations, sales, marketing, communications, and more. It is quick, confidential, powerful, and convenient. The BNP Business Link can help you today.
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