Updating Employee Handbook Policies in 2021: OSHA Compliance, Privacy, High-Risk Employees, Vaccine Requirements
A live 90-minute CLE video webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will address the rapidly changing current employment environment and updating employee handbooks to reflect the developing situation in the workplace. Legal restrictions and concerns at the federal, state, and local levels may affect employers' potential liability and response to needs of social distancing, health monitoring, vaccination requirements, and privacy issues. Counsel should be clear that policies need to be updated and relayed to employees for non-discriminatory enforcement.
- Recent developments impacting employee handbooks and policies
- CDC recommendations
- Social distancing
- CARES Act
- Health monitoring
- Privacy concerns
- Work from home
- NLRB decisions
- CDC recommendations
- Best practices for drafting employee handbooks
- Special issues for multistate employers
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the most common handbook provisions that are needed to comply with current CDC recommendations?
- What handbook provisions are subject to the most NLRB scrutiny?
- How can employee handbook provisions be drafted to avoid or void unintended legal liability?
Freeman Freeman Smiley
For over a decade, Ms. Silva has been litigating for her clients and helping them win legal cases in business and... | Read More
For over a decade, Ms. Silva has been litigating for her clients and helping them win legal cases in business and general civil suits. Understanding the intricacies of litigation, she efficiently guides clients through the process to achieve positive results. Ms. Silva has extensive experience with breach of contract, fiduciary duty, unfair competition and shareholder disputes. She also has experience with employment issues including wage and hour and PAGA.Close
Teresa R. (Terri) Tracy
Freeman Freeman & Smiley
Ms. Tracy represents management in all areas of labor and employment law and litigation, including wrongful... | Read More
Ms. Tracy represents management in all areas of labor and employment law and litigation, including wrongful termination, discrimination, wage and hour, class action, union organizing campaigns, grievances and arbitrations, and collective bargaining. She also provides preventive services, including comprehensive counseling and training.Close