Avoiding Costly Legal Mistakes When Re-Opening Workplaces During the Pandemic

[Featuring Lisa M. Brauner, Esq. | Employment Law Partner, Perlman & Perlman LLP]

As states enter into phases of re-opening, nonprofit organizations need to plan for re-opening their worksites safely, slowly, and carefully. Learn about what kinds of employment law risks your organization may face in connection with re-opening the workplace and steps to take to help minimize legal risk.

Hear answers to some commonly asked questions like:

  • What do I do if an employee refuses to return to work out of fear for their safety?
  • What types of reasonable accommodations must an employer provide?
  • What legal risks do I face if the workplace is unsafe?

This session led by Lisa M. Brauner, Esq. (Employment Law Partner, Perlman & Perlman LLP) covers answers to questions around re-opening, legal considerations when re-opening, and some best practices to minimize the risk of costly lawsuits.

These and other considerations are also discussed in Lisa’s article Avoiding Legal Pitfalls When Re-Opening Your Workplace: What Nonprofits and Businesses Need to Know.

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