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The Law and COVID-19: Guidance for Employers

March 20, 2020
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Due to the rapidly changing landscape with COVID-19 and the increase in local cases, Lerch Early's employment attorneys are addressing the top issues facing our clients (from a safe distance, of course). 

Join us for a webinar this Friday, March 20 as we provide guidance for employers in these main areas:

  1. Accommodations & Medical Inquiries: Including asking employees about their symptoms or exposure to COVID-19 or family member symptoms/exposure, taking employee temperatures, and providing protective gear. Presented by Michael Neary.

  2. Telework: Requirements and best practices, timekeeping (particularly for non-exempt employees), expenses, impact on essential functions, and schedules. Presented by Marc Engel.

  3. Leave: Paid and unpaid under applicable federal, state, and local law, including the newly passed Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Presented by Nida Kanwal.

  4. Furloughs and Layoffs: Including unemployment benefits. Presented by Julie Reddig.

Join us for an informative webinar presentation on these timely, important topics.

Julie A. Reddig
Nida Kanwal
Lauri E. Cleary
Marc R. Engel
Michael J. Neary

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