Virtual Lunch and Learn - How Businesses Return Their Employees to “Normal” Post-Pandemic
Name:Virtual Lunch and Learn - How Businesses Return Their Employees to “Normal” Post-Pandemic
Date:May 11, 2021
Time:12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
Grab your lunch and join us for a lunchtime seminar.
How Businesses Return Their Employees to “Normal” Post-Pandemic
We are now in month 14 of the Covid-19 pandemic. Approximately one-quarter of the population is fully vaccinated, far short of the 70-plus percent we need to reach herd immunity, declare the pandemic over and return to some semblance of “normal” in our day-to-day lives. That normal will include some portion of your business’s employees returning to in-person work. But what will the new normal for businesses look like as we near the end of this pandemic as far as their employees are concerned?
In this webinar, you will learn:
The future of Covid mitigation measures, such as mask rules and social distance, and what OSHA may have to say about them before the pandemic is over.
Balancing the future of work-from-home versus in-person work.
The legality of employer vaccine mandates, and what can businesses do to ensure as much vaccine compliance as possible
Jon Hyman is a member of the Wickens Herzer Panza’s Litigation Department and Employment & Labor practice group and serves on its Board of Directors. He focuses his practice on management-side labor and employment law, providing businesses proactive solutions to solve their workforce problems and reactive solutions when they find themselves litigating against an employee or group of employees. Jon is also an in-demand national speaker and author of the renowned and award-winning Ohio Employer Law Blog (www.ohioemployerlawblog.com, an American Bar Association Blawg Hall of Fame inductee), which he updates daily to provide businesses and human resources professionals breaking news and other updates on the ever-changing landscape of labor and employment law, including over the past year daily Covid-related updates. Jon once appeared on a November 1999 episode of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire, but sadly lacked the fastest fingers.