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April 29, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Resuming Operations during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Employer Considerations
Presented by Stephanie Chavez, Attorney, Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, LLP

Many states will be lifting their “stay at home” orders soon. This webinar addresses anticipated employment issues common across all industries during the COVID-19 pandemic, specifically when resuming normal operations after the government imposed shut downs end. We will discuss employer legal obligations regarding employee and customer safety, practical procedures and tips for resuming operations, and potential COVID-19 related litigation risks.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Employer legal obligations regarding employee and customer safety.
  2. New legislation applicable to employers continuing to operate during the pandemic.
  3. What employers can do to reduce the risk of litigation.
  4. How to manage employees and comply with relevant laws.

Cost:
This is a complimentary webinar but registration is required and space is limited.

  This event has been submitted to SHRM Certification and HR Certification Institute for review.  


Biography:
Stephanie practices law with a single primary objective: to guide and assist her clients in the defense of labor and employment matters. She counsels her clients on how to comply with federal and state laws, prevent lawsuits, and prepare for and proceed with litigation. She represents a wide range of employers and has experience in a myriad of employment matters including employment contracts and non-compete provisions, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, and alleged wrongful termination claims. Stephanie also assists clients in responding to administrative complaints and investigations before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Stephanie recognizes that the employer-employee relationship is ever changing and the laws that pertain to this relationship change as well. For this reason, Stephanie believes it is important not only to address pressing matters for clients, but also to provide current and relevant advice in the areas that are most important to them in order to reduce the amount of matters in the future.  Stephanie enjoys working directly with her clients to solve their critical employment issues, which once resolved, allows them the freedom to better operate their business.