When the COVID-19 pandemic began to surface in March, many organizations across the country closed their offices and required their employees to work remotely. The sudden shift forced employers to comply with state and local governmental stay-at-home orders.
Now, as states, cities and counties start to reopen their economies, organizations are now or soon will be contemplating the reopening of their physical offices. But as they do so, employers are increasingly concerned about the health and safety of their employees as they return to the workplace. Bringing employees back to the workplace safely in this “new normal” requires resilience, adaptability, and reinvention.
Join Philanthropy California and a panel of experts who will share key considerations for managing the risks of bringing employees back to work in the COVID-19 era.
This program will:
- Review state and local guidelines for reopening businesses.
- Address potential liability risks.
- Protocols for social distancing, office meetings and visitors.
- Health and safety measures in the “new normal” of California workplaces.
- Rafael Rivera, MBA, CAE, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Executive Director and Editor, Professionals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA)
- Lisa Von Eschen, Attorney, The Maloney Firm APC
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