September 17, 2024
10:00am-11:00am EST
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Covid-19: Guide to Reopening

Now that many states have relaxed their stay-at-home orders, employers need have a plan of action for reopening their workplaces. However, much has changed with new laws such as the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, new COVID-19 regulations and guidance such as those issues by the EEOC and OSHA and new state and local rules as well on what employers must do. This informative in-depth webinar will help employers prepare to reopen with a plan of action that is safe for your workers and legally compliant with all legal mandates in each jurisdiction in which you operate. This webinar will help you prepare a guide for re-opening your workplaces in a safe and legally compliant manner.

Some of the many issues you will better understand from this webinar:

  • Understand what is the best timing to open your workplace?
  • Is it best to open all at once or in phases?
  • What are some best practices to keep workers safe?
  • What do the new laws such as the Families First Coronavirus Response Act require?
  • Does paid leave have the same eligibility requirements as unpaid FMLA leave?
  • Are there caps on paid emergency FMLA leave?
  • What is required for paid sick leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act?
  • What does OSHA require to get workers back to work safely?
  • Which workers should continue to work remotely and which ones need to be present in the workplace?
  • For employees who need to be present in the workplace, what options are available to keep workers 6 feet apart?
  • Ways to rearrange workers and utilize social distancing, masks, hand sanitizers, plexiglass barriers effectively to help keep workers safe
  • Should employers take each employee’s temperature before allowing them into the workplace?
  • Can an employer force an employee with COVID-19 to leave the workplace?
  • What are some important disinfecting and sanitizing techniques to comply with OSHA requirements?
  • Strategies to handle employees that return to work and then show symptoms of COVID-19
  • And much more….