Required Posting for Illinois Employers
Required posting for Illinois employers:
Effective May 1, 2020, and in accordance with Governor Pritzker’s most recent Executive Order (2020-32), all Illinois businesses including for-profit, not-for-profit and educational entities that have employees physically reporting to a worksite are required to post in their place of business the Workplace Health and Safety Guidance for Employees and Staff of Businesses issued by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and Office of the Illinois Attorney General.
The Guidance provides information to employees about employers’ requirements designed to protect employees’ health and safety in the workplace. Included are the social distancing requirements for employers and a list of COVID-19 symptoms to determine whether employees should stay home from work and call their doctors. The Guidance also provides government enforcement information for employees concerned about employers failing to maintain social distancing requirements and health department information for employees who want to report that they believe two or more employees in the workplace have COVID-1. Section 5 of the Executive Order makes the posting of this Guidance in the workplace mandatory. The Guidance is on the IDPH webpage and can be accessed and printed here.
Costumes & Cocktails, Sponsored by Women in Probate
Please join us at Clark Hill in Chicago for costumes and cocktails, sponsored by the Women in Probate! In addition to coming in a costume, wig, or mask (COVID or otherwise), we ask each attendee to bring an item to benefit Casa Central, an organization that has been providing compassionate and trustworthy care to Latino and other older adults for more than 40 years.
Perspectives on The New Green Hydrogen Landscape
In a brief but informative session, learn about the challenges and opportunities associated with developing green hydrogen projects.
First Amendment Boot Camp for School Administrators
Join us for a half-day, in-person conference as we deep dive into First Amendment rights in schools.