COVID-19 Workplace Safeguards: What Employers Need to Know Today
Recorded On: 11/18/2020
Recent changes in guidance and legislation necessitate reevaluation of Preparedness and Response Plans implemented by Michigan employers to keep their employees safe and workplaces compliant during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Included in these changes are the invalidation of the Governor’s Executive Orders, the issuance of Emergency Rules and Epidemic Orders by MIOSHA and MDHHS, the passage of new State laws, the shifts in CDC recommendations, and the increased hope for an effective and imminent vaccine.
Join Bodman Workplace Law attorneys to discuss what updates employers must make to their COVID-19 responses. This will be an interactive presentation; please come prepared with questions.
This webinar will be recorded and available on-demand shortly after the live webinar.
John David Gardiner
Member - Bodman PLC
John Gardiner is a member of Bodman’s Workplace Law Group based in the Grand Rapids office. He has more than a decade of experience representing established as well as entrepreneurial businesses and their owners in employment law matters and related litigation. He counsels these clients on a full range of employment issues involving claims of discrimination, sexual and other forms of illegal harassment, accommodating employees with disabilities, FMLA issues, wage and hour issues, reductions-in-force, discipline and discharge issues, among others. He also represents business owners and their families in connection with alleged white-collar crime and other criminal investigations.
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.