Baird Holm COVID-19 Webinar: Update For Employers
COVID-19 Preparedness For Employers – What do employers do now with the new obligations of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act’s Paid Leave
Friday, March 20, 2020
12:00 P.M. CST
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The World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a pandemic. In response, a number of local and national health organizations have taken increased steps to reduce interactions between people as a method to slow transmission rates while employers have been highly encouraged to place distance between employees in the form of tele work and scheduling creativity. Employers are feeling the stress both logistically as well as financially.
Both the House and Senate have passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act’s Paid Leave which places significant new obligations on employers.
This webinar session will provide the most recent information regarding the new Act and answers to many of the common questions employers face in the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
R.J. (Randy) Stevenson is Chair of the firm’s Labor, Employment and Employee Benefits Law Group. He represents private and public employers in all aspects of labor relations and employment law, including matters involving workplace safety and health across the United States.
Kelli P. Lieurance is a partner who focuses on labor and employment law compliance, assisting employers with proactive, rather than just defensive, compliance efforts. Her practical approach not only offers clients a realistic view of their legal obligations, but also assists clients in implementing such obligations in a way that best suits their business needs.
Scott S. Moore regularly represents employers in various industries with respect to labor relations and employment matters, including personnel policies and decisions, labor negotiations, preventive planning, immigration, workplace investigations, workplace safety, equal opportunity, and the defense of employment-related claims.