The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unique and unprecedented challenges for businesses everywhere, especially here in New York State. Federal, state and local governments have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by enacting laws and providing guidance, while businesses have attempted to adapt to rapidly changing conditions. As governments are beginning to ease stay-at-home orders and reopen the economy in the coming weeks, New York State employers are grappling with how they can plan, communicate and transition their employees back into the workplace. With continuously evolving guidelines and policies aimed at maintaining the health of both employees and companies, employers are asking themselves the daunting question, “What should we do?”
The second webinar will address specific issues related to reopening after the pause, including:
Current status of New York State rules relating to reopening;
Risk Mitigation Plans – How to analyze the risks for employees, customers and the public and plan for and implement risk mitigation measures;
Proactive Infection Plans – What to do when an employee exhibits symptoms or tests positive for COVID-19;
Anticipating employment issues and review of existing policies; and
Communication and implementation of New Policies in post-COVID work environment.
Bond is a long established (1897) full-service law firm counseling companies, not-for-profits and public sector entities in a wide spectrum of practice areas, including labor and employment which was established in 1935 with passage of the National Labor Relations Act. With 250 lawyers, and offices across New York State as well as offices in Naples, Florida; Kansas City and Boston, Bond represents clients in the following industries: