Managing a Remote Workforce Webinar: May 15, 2020 – Video Recording Available

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Managing a Remote Workforce Webinar: May 15, 2020 - Video Recording

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Taylor McCaffrey LLP partner, Jamie Jurczak is invited to speak as a panelist.

With the recent COVID-19 restrictions on non-essential businesses now relaxing, employers are grappling with the issue of how to safely and legally return their employees to the workplace after what may have been a period of closure or layoffs. Many workplaces may also be deemed essential, but find themselves in a situation where employees are refusing to come to the workplace in light of fears surrounding COVID-19. This session will provide guidance to employers to assist them in meeting their legal obligations relating to ensuring a safe and healthy workplace in the current climate.

For more information about this webinar please click here.

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