Lodis Walker Wykoff
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How did you hear about this site InHouston?
Montaque of Bridal Network made me aware of InHouston and invited me to an upcoming luncheon for 1st Wednesday.
Consultant in the areas of Human Resources and Business Operations
Niche (Services/Products your company provides:)
Wykoff Consulting develops, writes and revises administrative policies, procedures and non-technical standard operating procedures.

We provide 81 administrative policies and procedures that address 20 key areas. We specialize in customizing these documents to address a company’s personnel practices while capturing good business practices and applicable federal and state guidelines. We also develop documents that are requested by and specific to the needs of the company.

Wykoff Consulting develop and write non-technical standard operating procedures that systematically document company processes, procedures and job functions that are performed on a day-to-day basis. These documents provide clear instructions to employees, create consistency in performance and result in better utilization of staff and increased productivity.

We are ready to assist in developing well-structured documents that will positively impact your business operations and bottom line.
About Me:
Lodis Walker Wykoff is a results-oriented professional with career experience that includes ownership and development of a closely held corporation as well as long-term experience in private industry with responsibilities for developing and writing administrative policies and procedures for a staff of 1400. Professional background also includes developing standard operating procedures (SOPs) and reviewing and appropriately revising policies, procedures and SOPs.

Wykoff Consulting is ready to dedicate its considerable knowledge and experience to making your business operations more successful by developing and providing administrative policies and procedures and non-technical standard operating procedures.
City, State
Houston, Texas
Area of Houston
Open Networker?
not sure
Servant Leader, Give It First Networker?
not sure
Have Attended Live InHouston Netweaving Events (ever):
going to the next one
Perfect Client
Small to mid size companies that are ready to enhance their overall operations and work environment with the addition of well-structured personnel policies and procedures.

Companies that have reached a point where they are ready to consider developing/documenting operating processes and procedures in order to better utilize employees, increase productivity and enhance their bottom line.

Wykoff Consulting offers services and products that are customized for each client. We develop documents that are specific to each client’s operations, practices and culture.

Each company should determine how policies, procedures and operating instructions will impact operations, and our objective is to offer customized products that achieve this.
Target Market(s)
Small to mid size companies that needs to develop administrative policies and procedures or review existing documents. In general, copies with five (5) or more employees.
What does your company do to focus on its purpose?
Wykoff Consulting provides 81 administrative policies and procedures that address 20 key areas. They are designed to reduce the company's potential for liability and substantially reduce the occurrence of work place issues and concerns.

Every company is different; business owners look at things differently. Our objective is to ensure that the policies are customized to meet the needs and capture the culture and practices of each client, while ensuring that both good business practices and applicable federal and state statutes are addressed.
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Lodis Walker Wykoff's Blog

Time Off to Vote: Should it be with pay?

Posted on December 11, 2009 at 3:47am 0 Comments

Lodis’ Notes ©

Copyright © Wykoff Consulting, LLC 2009-2010


As an employer, are you required to give employees time off to vote on Election Day?


On Election Day, unless the polls are open for voting two consecutive hours outside the employee’s working hours, an employer must give the employee up to two (2) hours paid leave to vote without… Continue

"Paying Forward"

Posted on October 5, 2009 at 3:30am 2 Comments

“Paying forward” is communicated by Eric Standlee in his YouTube video that may be found on the InHouston site under “Social Networking” . He actually refers to it as “servant leadership”. However, the concepts are the same.

What is “paying forward”?

- First, as a newcomer to InHouston, it seems to be a concept that Eric embraced in building InHouston, and one that is a part of what its members do on an ongoing basis.

- Second, the expression “paying forward” is used to… Continue

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At 5:00pm on December 2, 2010, Dianne Gilbert said…
Happy Birthday Lodis! Hope your day is a great celebration of your life and future!!
At 3:16pm on December 2, 2010, Lea-Ann Gee said…
Happy Birthday!!
At 9:18am on December 2, 2010, Jennifer Fisher said…
Happy Birthday, and may all the wishes and dreams you dream today turn to reality.
At 2:12pm on December 2, 2009,
Nancy Johnson
Happy Birthday, Lodis!!
At 10:50pm on December 1, 2009, Cyndi Gutowski said…
Have a wonderful day, you deserve it!
Happy Birthday,
Cyndi Gutowski
At 8:34pm on October 15, 2009, Randall W. Montalbano said…
I was called "lovely" once...but, it was after I left the groceries on top of the car, and they fell off as I drove away.

Thanks, Lodis. See you on the 28th.
At 4:14pm on October 5, 2009, Galen McPherson said…
"Friend" simply means that people on my page can see an icon for you on it, because you are my friend- it gets your name and face in front of more people, and it [sometimes] helps to have the affiliation - there is also guilt by association to be concerned about, but I'm not worried there
At 12:07pm on October 5, 2009, Galen McPherson said…

GREAT to have met you last Wednesday; I have been wracking my brain to figure out a connection that I can forward to you, but I am "dry" for right now. As always, though, the promise is, "I WILL scout for you". See you at the next one...
At 6:06am on October 5, 2009, Gail Stolzenburg said…
Lodis - Thanks for your comment on the 1st Wednesday Luncheon. I know you will enjoy meeting and learning from Pete Hinojosa. He is the most informative trainer of communication skills I know.

Gail Stolzenburg
At 10:17am on August 28, 2009, Lea-Ann Gee said…




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