April 17, 2020 |9:00 AM PST |Duration: 1 Hr
Although many government workers can work from home, most public fleet employees continue to come into work so essential vehicles can stay on the road. Fleet managers must do their best to ensure employees stay as safe as possible and keep up morale — while adjusting to changes in staffing levels.
Fleet professionals provide a firsthand view of how they’re managing technicians and other fleet staff during this unprecedented time, and an employee assistance program employee discusses how fleet managers can improve morale and handle anxiety and grief.
- How to ensure employees stay safe
- How to keep up morale and lead your team through times of anxiety
- Adjusting to operations with fewer staff members
- Planning for the future, including how the upcoming recession may affect hiring and staffing levels
Executive Editor, Government Fleet
Co-Owner & Principal Advisor, Public Fleet Advisors
Fleet Manager, Eugene Water & Electric Board, Ore.
Interim Fleet Manager, City of San Jose, Calif.
Fleet Manager, City of Lakeland, Fla.
Employee Assistance & Resource Coordinator, City of Milwaukee, Wis.