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Preparing for the Next Phase: Critical Considerations for a Return to Work Strategy

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Returning to work in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis presents employers with unprecedented workplace and employee relations challenges. As the Southern states move ahead with phased plans to reopen, it is important to have the right strategy in place for employee safety, absence management and risk mitigation.

Return To Work Webinar
Join our HUB Risk Services team who will review the following return work considerations and challenges:
  • Health and Safety of Employees (5:45) – Recently the EEOC has issued expanded guidance regarding an employer’s ability to pre-screen employees and candidates for COVID-19 – we will review the new rules along with other employee relations concerns including harassment and discrimination in the workplace.
  • Leave and Absence Management (42:37) – As employees return to work, employers will be faced with new attendance and absenteeism challenges including COVID-19 related illnesses, special leave rights under the FFCRA, and potential accommodations under the ADA for COVID related medical conditions.
  • Health and Safety in the Workplace (1:05:00) – We will provide employers with best practices to manage the safety of the employees in the workplace addressing items such as social distancing, alternative scheduling, disinfecting and cleaning, contractor management and physical workspace considerations.

This webinar is primarily intended for the South Region of the United States and is appropriate for companies with employees in the following states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina & Tennessee.

Return To Work Webinar

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Learn best strategies and review the considerations and challenges of returning to work. Download Here
Return To Work Bulletin

Returning to Work In The Wake Of COVID-19

As an employer, it is important to understand your new obligations to keep employees safe during COVID-19. The following summarizes federal guidance on employee relations and business operations, released by U.S. agencies charged with ensuring the health and safety of workers. Download Here

Coronavirus Resource Center

The coronavirus pandemic is causing significant business, economic and social disruption.

Be prepared. Know how to respond.