WEBINAR

Coronavirus
Impact on the Workplace

Ogletree DeakinsAs if trying to keep their people and operations afloat during a pandemic wasn’t challenging enough, combative federal and regional updates have forced hospitality leaders into a dizzying cycle of crisis management.

  • How do you know if any of the recently enacted legislation in the employment field applies to you?
  • How do you implement new legislative mandates for employers in your organization?
  • How can these laws protect your team and your operations within the current landscape?

Guest speaker, Ina F. Young, Attorney-at-Law at Ogletree Deakins, shares what restaurant leaders need to do to migrate away from reactive mode, alongside host Kelly Roque, HR leader at Fourth.

The two will cover:

  • Best practices and new legislation on leave (EFMLA, EPSL, and their interplay with FMLA and ADA), work restructure policies (work from home, travel requirements), and employee communications
  • Workforce adjustments (furloughs, reductions, and WARN) and wage and hour implications
  • Most frequently asked questions from fellow employers regarding policy/legislation updates

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