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Vaccine Mandates Are on the Way—What Employers Need to Know Now - On-Demand

Vaccine Mandates Are on the Way—What Employers Need to Know Now - On-Demand

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Vaccine Mandates Are on the Way—What Employers Need to Know Now - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.

1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific
Program Length: 90 Minutes

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: The President’s plan to mandate vaccines for federal contractors and certain employers will mean lots of changes for many employers. Discover how to ensure compliance through this informative webinar.

President Joe Biden’s announcement of a new action plan aimed at curbing the COVID-19 pandemic will create new requirements for certain employers, and the rules have employers asking what they need to do, when they need to comply, and the consequences for noncompliance.

The president's plan to mandate vaccines for federal contractors and employers with 100+ employees will mean lots of changes for many employers in the weeks ahead. Employers need to know how they’re affected by a new Executive Order (EO), along with anticipated new OSHA rules, and federal task force guidance for contractors. Are you prepared for these changes?

Join Catherine F. Burgett, a member of Frost Brown Todd, on October 27 as she explains the President’s recent EO and the new safety protocols from OSHA, as well as who’s covered and who’s exempt from the new requirements. In addition, you will learn the practical steps to take to ensure compliance with the requirements without violating employees’ rights under federal laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

After attending this webinar, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand which employers are covered under the Executive Order and OSHA.
  • Determine what’s required for covered employers.
  • Implement a plan for managing accommodation requests from employees.
  • Identify steps to take now to prepare for upcoming changes.

About Your Presenter

Catherine F. Burgett

Catherine F. Burgett, Member, Frost Brown Todd

As a member with Frost Brown Todd, Catherine Burgett divides her time between a traditional labor practice and employment work.  Her labor practice includes working with clients to improve labor relations and resolve labor disputes; creating and assisting with corporate campaigns and representation elections; helping companies stay union-free; handling unfair labor practice charges; representing companies through the labor arbitration process; and negotiating collective bargaining agreements.

Burgett's employment practice includes employment litigation; wage and hour litigation; discrimination, harassment, and retaliation investigations and litigation; drafting and litigating employment contracts; creating and implementing corporate training programs; advising and assisting companies in negotiating the WARN Act; drafting and enforcing workplace policies; and serving as counsel on all aspects of employer-employee relations.

Credit Information

Credits for this program expired on 12/31/21.