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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in the Workplace

 

Learn practical applications that you can apply to your business to minimize legal risks while protecting your employees.

At various stages of the coronavirus emergency, relevant employment risks include employee testing and privacy, leave and disability laws, pay laws and overtime, cyber protections for remote workers, workers' compensation, unemployment benefits, WARN layoffs, disability and health insurance, PTO and vacation benefits, and monitoring employee compliance with safety rules.
During a national emergency to help limit the spread of the coronavirus, employer flexibility in managing the workplace, employee leave, and resumption of operations must comply with a variety of employment laws. This topic will provide you with practical applications that you can apply to your business to minimize legal risks while protecting your employees and facilitating a smooth resumption of operations. This information is critical for employers so that good faith steps taken during the national emergency don't come back to haunt the employer with avoidable litigation when normal operations resume.

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Donald W. Benson

Donald W. Benson

Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.

  • Attorney at Kenneth S. Nugent, P.C.
  • Pandemic and infectious diseases in the workplace
  • Frequent national speaker and writer on communicable disease issues in the workplace, including coronavirus, pandemic planning, H1N1 (swine flu), H5N1 (avian flu), tuberculosis, and MRSA staph infections
  • Has been quoted in USA Today, ABC News, Employment Law 360, Mondaq and the Human Resources Report of BNA, Inc., on recent MRSA staph infection outbreaks and employer's efforts to prevent and respond to such workplace crises in compliance with the privacy, leave, and discrimination law issues facing employers
  • Lectures and writes on pandemic issues for a variety of legal and HR associations
  • Previously was a member for 32 years with labor management law firms in Atlanta
  • Member, Georgia State Bar and the Atlanta, Georgia and American Bar Associations
  • Writes an employment blog related to employee overtime and lost wages - https://www.attorneykennugent.com/category/employment-law/
  • Can be contacted at 770-820-0817 or [email protected]
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