But returning to work still presents employers with workplace and employee relations challenges. As offices look in the course of reopening, you will need to have the proper technique in place for worker safety, vaccine requirements and reasonable lodging and threat mitigation. Join Shipman attorneys Andreana R. Bellach, Keegan Drenosky and Jessica Richman Smith for a webinar discussing these pressing issues, as well as a concentrate on the additional challenges specific to reopening for municipal employers. This webinar, hosted by the Penn State Center for Agricultural and Shale Law, synthesize a variety of the most necessary agricultural legal developments associated to the COVID-19 pandemic in order to assist producers and agricultural employers perceive what they need to know.
For CLE credit, all individuals had been required to log in individually utilizing the email address provided at registration. Employers who violate the Act may face each administrative fines and civil liabilities. Further, the Act is prospective in application, i.e., it’s going to apply to agreements entered into after the effective date. However, employer policies that pre-date the Act—for instance, an anti-moonlighting or unique service policy—would be subject to the Act if they proceed in existence after the effective date. As such, coated employers ought to rigorously evaluation their agreements and insurance policies applicable to D.C. Given that the new guidance apparently authorizes tripling the length of New York’s COVID-19 sick depart entitlements, it could be interpreted as conflicting with the plain language and intent of the Law (which contemplates solely a single two-week period of leave) and could additionally be subject to legal challenge.