This new Guide is the one-stop, go-to resource for employers across the country. In addition to addressing the legal issues associated with choices employers were forced to make due to the pandemic, the Employer's Guide offers the best forward-thinking resource in the country. It highlights the next phase of employment decisions that must be made when restarting businesses and reintegrating employees into the workforce. In over 530 pages, the Guide examines key compliance and cost-saving issues that must be considered and identifies problem areas that can lead to litigation. Employers must prepare to meet the challenges created by the “new normal.”
What's Next For Employers?
Hundreds of organizations have already registered! As we begin to enter Phase Two, your organization may be ready; however, are your employment practices aligned with new workplace realities?
Join Employers Group, in partnership with Castle Publications and Sheppard Mullin Richter and Hampton, for an exclusive, one-time 90-minute webinar on May 14th at 1:00pm PDT with acclaimed attorney Richard Simmons. The focus of the webinar will be on the just-released, and already updated, Employer’s Guide to COVID-19 and Emerging Workplace Issues. You receive this guide with your full registration!
If you already have the guide, a reduced registration fee is available.
May 14, 2020
1:00pm - 2:30pm PDT
The webinar will focus on forward-looking items so that employers are prepared for what is coming next.
- CDC Guidance For Businesses and Employers
- Ongoing Wage and Hour Considerations
- U.S. DOL Positions Regarding the FLSA and COVID-19
- Paid Sick Leave under FFCRA and Tax Credit Rules
- Leaves of Absence Before and After the FFCRA
- Employment Discrimination Considerations, particularly Age, Disability, Religion
- Workplace Safety and OSHA Issues
- Workers’ Compensation Issues
- What Future Workplaces Will Look Like
- Importance of Preparedness For the Next Generation of Essential Decisions
- COVID-19 Contingency Planning
- Employment Litigation Arising Out of the COVID-19 Pandemic