Regina Phelps

Pandemic planner, founder and CEO, Emergency Management & Safety Solutions Inc

Pandemic planner, founder and CEO of Emergency Management & Safety Solutions Inc


Regina Phelps on KCRW

As California gears up to reopen in mid-June, the prospect of returning to the office is creating anxiety for the workforce that was forced to work from home due to the COVID-19…

Zoom meetings, hybrid work models: What to expect when returning to the office

As California gears up to reopen in mid-June, the prospect of returning to the office is creating anxiety for the workforce that was forced to work from home due to the COVID-19…

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