Child Care and COVID-19: Solutions for Employers and Working Parents
Recorded On: 08/19/2020
As schools announce virtual platforms and child care providers still have limited availability, Michigan employers' struggle to maintain productivity while juggling various issues related to employees who may have limited child care accessibility. Join Bodman Workplace Law attorneys to discuss options to keep your workforce and productivity intact while reducing your liability risk. This will be an interactive presentation; please come prepared with questions.
This webinar will be recorded and available on-demand shortly after live webinar.
Chair of the Workplace Law Practice Group, Bodman, PLC
Aaron Graves is the Chair of Bodman’s Workplace Law Practice Group. His expertise includes complex traditional labor issues, such as union-organizing, labor contract negotiations, grievance administration, restructuring/relocation of unionized businesses and handling unfair labor practice charges, under both the NLRA and RLA. He regularly handles employment matters, such as pre-hire screening, discrimination, harassment, wage-hour, policy administration, substance abuse, FMLA, discipline, whistleblower, retaliation, discharge and reductions in force.
Rebecca C. Seguin-Skrabucha
Associate- Workplace Law Practice Group, Bodman PLC
Rebecca Seguin-Skrabucha is a member of Bodman's Workplace Law Practice Group. She concentrates her practice in advising employers on compliance with state and federal employment and labor laws. She also has experience defending employers on a variety of employment claims before state and federal courts and before administrative agencies including the EEOC and the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. She has represented employers in disputes involving claims of discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, and alleged violations of the FLMA, ADA, ADEA, and FLSA.
Katherine F. Cser
Senior Associate, Workplace Law Practice Group, Bodman PLC
Katherine Cser counsels employers on compliance with state and federal labor and employment laws and represents them in resolving a broad range of workplace disputes. She has represented management before state and federal courts and agencies in cases involving allegations of discrimination and retaliation, violation of wage and hour and medical leave laws, and many other employment-related issues. She also represents corporate clients of all sizes in litigation involving restrictive covenants, use of intellectual property, and related tort claims, and has experience conducting antiharassment training sessions.
One (1) HR (General) recertification credit hour for PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
One (1) PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.