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The Law and COVID-19: Guidance for Employers

Date
Friday
March 20, 2020
Location
GoToMeeting (Credentials will be emailed after registration)

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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.

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People
Julie A. Reddig
Principal
301-961-6099
Nida Kanwal
Associate
301-657-0744
Lauri E. Cleary
Principal
301-657-0176
Marc R. Engel
Principal
301-657-0184
Michael J. Neary
Principal
301-657-0740
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