Resource Guide for Employers Reopening During and After COVID-19
Clark Hill Labor & Employment attorneys have developed a comprehensive industry-based return to work guide titled “Reopening the Workplace During and After COVID-19.” This 30+ page resource is designed to identify relevant legal issues presented by COVID-19 as well as provide best practices and other practical guidance to employers who are or will be reopening. Among the many subject areas addressed by the Guide are:
- Safety Considerations
- Handling Refusals to Return to Work
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
- Employee Benefit Matters
- Unemployment Compensation
- And more
In addition to the primary sections of this guide generally applicable to employers in every industry, we have prepared various industry-specific addenda. These addenda are focused on the unique authorities and other guidance pertinent to businesses in these sectors of the economy working to or planning on reopening their workplaces:
- Professional/office/white collar
- Health Care
This resource will provide employers with a valuable reference on the most important legal and practical workplace issues facing employers who are reopening at the present time or in the near future. As new laws are passed or new best practices emerge, we will provide (at no additional cost) proactive updates to the Guide and Addenda so subscribers will continue to benefit from the most current and relevant information on reopening which is pertinent to their business.
Pricing for this guide and one industry addenda is based on company size and ranges from $500-$1,000. Additional industry addenda are $100 each and all can be purchased in a package for $500. Once you purchase this offering, future updates will be provided at no cost.
Order the Resource Guide here.
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