As states evaluate options for reopening their economies and lifting some of the current stay-at-home restrictions, companies need to start proactively preparing their return-to-work plans.
This process has become complicated given the continued uncertainties related to treatment options for the coronavirus, limited availability of testing, and ongoing (and ever-changing) guidance from various federal and state agencies including the CDC, EEOC and OSHA among others.
Manatt’s Employment and Labor team has created a two-part webinar series to guide employers through some of the key considerations for preparing to return their employees to work and recommendations on how companies can mitigate risk once they have reopened their operations.
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Strategic Planning and Guidelines for Getting Your Employees Back to Work:
This session will provide practical guidance for employers as they prepare to reopen their businesses and return their employees to work, including guidance mandated by federal and state agencies.
Sharon B. Bauman, Partner, Employment and Labor
Mandana Massoumi, Partner, Employment and Labor
Andrew L. Satenberg, Partner, Employment and Labor
Brian J. Turoff, Partner, Employment and Labor
Date and Time:
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
This program has been approved for 0.75 California MCLE general credit and 0.5 New York CLE Professional Practice credit (transitional and non-transitional).
For more information on part two of this series, please click here.
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This program does not constitute legal advice, nor does it establish an attorney-client relationship. Views expressed by presenters are strictly their own and should not be construed to be the views of Manatt or attributed to Manatt.