Returning to Work Post-Quarantine: Employment Issues and Compliance
Social Distancing, Health Reporting, FLSA, Attendance, ADA Accommodations
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will focus on the employment issues related to the reopening of businesses following shelter-in-place orders. The panel will discuss topics related to in-office social distancing and how to address wellness concerns and ADA accommodations while addressing attendance and performance concerns. The webinar will guide counsel on compliance with existing employment restrictions in conjunction with the series of measures created by federal and local officials to address the current pandemic to tailor a specific plan for reopening.
- Office reopening
- Social distancing
- Office setup
- Provision of PPE
- Employee health and wellness
- Medical checks and quarantine
- Childcare concerns
- Positive COVID-19 and new shelter-in-place restrictions
- Employer policies
- FLSA issues
- Performance expectations
- ADA accommodations
The panel will review these and other issues:
- What should employers do to address social distancing and how may offices need to be arranged to accomplish this?
- What type of PPE can and should employers provide?
- Can employers require wellness checks and temperature readings to return to work?
- What can an employer do with an employee uncomfortable or incapable of returning to a reopened business?
- What can companies do to address FLSA concerns?
- How best can performance be evaluated and expectations set during this crisis?
Megan S. Glowacki
Ms. Glowacki focuses on counseling management clients on all areas of labor and employment law. Her practical and... | Read More
Ms. Glowacki focuses on counseling management clients on all areas of labor and employment law. Her practical and timely advice addresses a comprehensive range of business issues and is designed to help employers mitigate risk and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations. In addition, Ms. Glowacki represents employers’ interests in litigation involving employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, restrictive covenants, trade secrets, and wage and hour disputes.Close
Keith P. Spiller
Mr. Spiller is a member of Thompson Hine's Executive Committee and the former practice group leader of the... | Read More
Mr. Spiller is a member of Thompson Hine's Executive Committee and the former practice group leader of the firm's Labor & Employment practice group. He focuses his practice on the representation of employers in all areas of labor and employment law, including employment discrimination and wrongful discharge litigation; practicing before the National Labor Relations Board, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Ohio Civil Rights Commission and Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs; and handling arbitrations, contract administration and negotiations with labor unions.Close