“HR and Campus Policy Issues in a COVID-19 World”

Tuesday, June 15 | 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET

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This is a free webinar. Registration is required for participation. 

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged how we think about work and how higher ed institutions respond to long-term threats to the safety of the campus community. In the past year, the workplace culture has shifted, raising questions around campus policy development and implementation. In this complimentary webinar, hear from two campus leaders — the HR director and the director of compliance at Mercy College — as they discuss the importance of communication and collaboration between human resources and campus policy leaders in meeting the challenges created by the pandemic.

The discussion will include:

  • How HR policies on employee accommodations and remote work, created with a healthcare workforce in mind, can be applied to college employees and their unique needs
  • How to create or revise a communicable disease/pandemic policy for your institution to address college-specific issues
  • How to address ongoing HR policy considerations during a pandemic: professionalism from home, virtual interviewing, and employee engagement.


  • Angela M. Nowak, PHR, SHRM-CP
    Director of Human Resources

    Mercy Health St. Anne’s, Life Flight Network, Mercy College

  • Leslie Erwin
    Director of Compliance and Risk Management, Title IX Coordinator

    Mercy College of Ohio


Risk Management, Compliance and Public Policy
Employee/Labor Relations



1.0 General Credit Hours*

1.0 General Credit Hours

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