Cities and communities throughout the Commonwealth have suffered from economic fallout. As businesses, organizations, and government agencies are taking steps to reopen, we are all struggling to balance meeting “healthy at work” requirements with serving our constituents. It’s overwhelming and hard to know where to begin…
You can overcome uncertainty and get back to work faster.
By using a simple approach and proven tools, your team can establish a clear path to where you need to be–safely back at work.
Confirm applicable guidelines
Assess current state and gaps
Analyze and select recommendations
Develop and track action plans
We’ve created some free checklists and an overview video based on our professional management and training experience to help you.
These practices help you comply with requirements, keep your employees and citizens safe, and implement strategies for an effective and efficient recovery.
We can walk you through the tools and guidance needed for:
Training on guidelines for employees returning to work
Planning and guidance for back-to-work assessments and recommendations
Mentoring services to guide recovery work action plans
Guidance on funding assistance available through the CARES Act
Experienced project managers to coordinate recovery efforts and help accountability
Coordination across all departments to ensure accurate communication and efficiency
For over 17 years, we’ve partnered with government organizations to deliver on promises, overcome constraints, manage changes and build efficient processes that keep their community moving forward. Our experts are highly experienced in implementing solutions to the biggest problems our clients face.
“The guidance we’ve received from Solarity – on project management, process work, communication and collaboration – is all coming into play right now, particularly in these challenging times. Thank you!”
Geoffrey BlairDirector of Brand Strategy, UK Healthcare
“Solarity has been engaged to facilitate Lexington’s GigforLex project. Their interaction has been critical to keep this project moving.”
Aldona ValicentiChief Information Officer, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government