The COVID-19 pandemic created a number of new questions and challenges for employers. “Reopening the Economy” raises a new set of challenges for companies to address as they return workers to the workforce, reduce teleworking, implement physical distancing, masks, and temperature checks, and make other adjustments.
We will review the latest updates and you will be able to ask questions about this evolving area. Join Employment, OSHA, Construction, Corporate and Litigation Attorney Julie Pace as she shares strategies and tools to help employers successfully navigate the new challenges, scenarios and opportunities.
Learn how to deal with employees and with customers who refuse to wear a mask or engage in physical distancing;
Learn about accommodations for individuals or customers who are at high risk if they get COVID-19;
Learn considerations transitioning back from telework or continuing to allow telework, including wage and hour and OSHA considerations and quality of work;
Learn the latest guidance on preventative measures in the workplace; Learn the OSHA safety rules and reporting requirements for the OSHA 300 log;
Learn about the interplay of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, FMLA, employer paid sick leave, PTO and discretionary unpaid leave of absence and managing COVID-19 related leave.