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Open for Business: Best Practices for Employers Preparing to Reopen - On-Demand

Open for Business: Best Practices for Employers Preparing to Reopen - On-Demand

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Open for Business: Best Practices for Employers Preparing to Reopen - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Employers need to be prepared for leave situations that may arise and what their options are regarding leave under the FFCRA and other leave laws as well as local restrictions on businesses. Remain up to date on guidance, best practices.



As the country moves toward reopening the economy amid the continuing threat of the virus, employers are struggling with how to protect not only their employees from infection but also their business from liability. Even employers that have prepared and implemented well-designed return-to-work plans are wondering what other steps they can take to protect their businesses from employee claims related to the contagion. Employers need to know what situations may arise and what their options are regarding leave under the FFCRA and other leave laws as well as local restrictions on businesses. Remain up to date on guidance, best practices.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Protect employees returning to work
  • Implement a return-to-work plan
  • Reduce liability
  • Understand key issues regarding a return to work
  • Understand the basics of leave laws that affect their workforces in the new normal

About Your Presenter

Andrew Adams, ESQAndrew Adams, ESQ

Andrew represents employers in litigation involving claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation, wage and hour violations, and other employment issues.  Andrew also regularly advises clients with respect to compliance challenges, personnel policies, and day-to-day employment issues, and provides custom training programs and materials to clients on a variety of important topics, including wage and hour issues, paid and unpaid leave, ADA accommodations, and workplace investigations.  Prior to entering the practice of law Andrew served in the United States Navy and worked for six years as a Correctional Officer and Investigator for the Hampden County Sheriff’s Department.