Webinar #2: Continuity of Business Operations for Trade Contractors – Jeff Sample

March 23, 2020

Many organizations are struggling to handle the deluge of information during this troubling time. Knowledge is power, but deciding to act is a critical component for the survival of your business. Making business decisions and having a clear line of communication is crucial to keeping remote teams informed. The technology available for contractors of all sizes creates an opportunity to facilitate communication and maintain steady work where appropriate. Learn about the tools available through your current platform and others being offered by technology companies free of charge to adapt to working remotely. In this time of crisis, leadership from all levels is critical. Jeff Sample, Director of Strategic Accounts for eSUB and ConTech Crew Co-host provides an enlightening and open discussion.

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This webinar was recorded Monday, March 23, 2020.

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2020 was tough and we all needed support from those around us. Did an Educator or Faculty Advisor mentor you throughout the challenging year? If so, share your appreciation by nominating them to receive MCAA’s 2020 Educator of the Year Award. http://ow.ly/uj9y50DeY4t

Did your student chapter have any graduates in 2020? Has your student chapter welcomed new members? Perhaps your student chapter has a new president or faculty advisor. Please email MCAA’s Director of Career Development, Megan Walsh, with your Student Chapter transitions.

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