March 03, 2021
Employer COVID Legal Liabilities: Proactive Protocols & Practices (FREE!)
Teleworking and working remotely are not new concepts. What is new is the growing number of employees who are doing it. Last summer, it was reported that as many as 40% of Americans were WFH full-time because of the COVID-19 pandemic. By December 2020, two-thirds of employers surveyed reported they planned to make their WFH programs permanent. WFH has been met with the delight of many and chagrin of others. Whether you like it or not employers and employees need to understand some of the implications to ensure the arrangement is one you want; that will meet your needs; avoid misunderstandings; set expectations; and produce results. Join this interactive program as we review a TOP TEN list of issues to be considered before and as you begin a WFH arrangement. Topics will include and are not limited to:
- Who makes the call – employee or employer?
- Attendance and punctuality
- Business expenses
- Environmental controls
- OSHA & workplace safety in the home
- Reasonable Accommodation
- Staying engaged
- Travel time
- Workers’ compensation
This event and the recording are now closed.