View live: June 17, 2020, 2 p.m. PT / 5 p.m. ET (available for on-demand viewing through December 2020)
Program length: 60 minutes
As employers begin to reopen their businesses after weeks of mandatory shutdowns, there will be many employment challenges for employers to manage their workforces in accordance with social distancing guidelines and in conjunction with state and federal labor laws. The topics covered will include:
- How to implement company policies to protect employees.
- How to deal with employee complaints of an “unsafe” working environment due to the COVID-19 situation.
- How to handle requests for remote work when the company doesn’t typically allow remote work.
- How to handle leave requests and what is covered and what is not covered under state, federal and local sick leave policies
- How to foster a positive work culture—at a social distance.
About the Presenters:
Christine Long’s employment litigation practice includes handling wage and hour claims, claims of employment discrimination, ADA compliance, wrongful termination, and breach of employment contract cases. Ms. Long has had tremendous success defending employers in class action claims, as well as handling complex FLSA and EEOC investigations. Ms. Long has unique knowledge regarding ADA Compliance. Ms. Long’s tenured experience in litigation allows her to provide sophisticated legal advice to employers on managing their work forces and negotiating claims brought by employees.
employment practice includes representing employers on matters involving wage and hour, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination claims.
She also assists clients in preemptively addressing employment-related problems, including conducting internal employment audits, assisting in workplace investigations, and preparing employment policies.Register now
SHRM Certification has approved this webcast for 1 PDC toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification. A program code will be provided at the end of the webcast. The program also meets recertification credit standards set by the HR Certification Institute and other HR certifying bodies, but candidates must manually enter their activity into their records.
This webcast is co-hosted by: Central Valley HRMA