In this webinar, we will review how employers need to manage the numerous nuances associated with COVID-19 mandates.
Keeping employees safe, reassured, and engaged during these uncertain times are important elements for business survival. During the webinar, we will discuss many facets of labor laws and options to ensure business continuity.
- Operating under state and local stay at home orders
- Analyzing what businesses are essential
- Families First Coronavirus Response Act
- Layoffs v. furloughs
- WARN Act and CalWarn Act obligations
- Managing employees who decline available essential work due to fear of the virus
- Establishing and managing telecommuting
- Exempt v. non-exempt and how to make adjustments during the crisis
- Employer tax credits
President of Harbor HR
Glen Drouin had a 13-year career with his family-owned business followed by a 20-year career in human resources with a national company before starting his own HR consulting firm, Harbor HR. Glen’s extensive knowledge and skillset have assisted numerous businesses throughout his 20-year career in human resources, employee and management development, and company culture shaping.
Attorney and Partner at Cook Brown LLP
Brian’s practice encompasses all aspects of labor and employment law. Brian advises employers of all sizes on all aspects of compliance with employment law and defends employers in all forms of employment litigation, including wrongful termination, employment discrimination, wage and hour (including class actions) and sexual harassment suits in state and federal courts. He represents employers before the California Labor Commissioner, before the NLRB, and in arbitrations conducted under the requirements of collective bargaining agreements.