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HR Challenges Ahead: Getting Back to Work When Safer at Home Orders Relax 2020

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Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Not business as usual

When Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order went into effect in March, many businesses scrambled to put policies together. While it’s uncertain when businesses will meet all the necessary criteria to begin reopening, employers should start preparing now.1 Human resources departments need to have plans in place that address employees’ likely concerns about wellness in the workplace, while also keeping business running when things are anything but “usual.”

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Wednesday, May 20, 202012:00 PM - 1:00 PM CT

Add to Calendar 5/20/2020 12:00:00 PM 5/20/2020 1:00:00 PM America/Chicago HR Challenges Ahead: Getting Back to Work When Safer at Home Orders Relax 2020

Not business as usual

When Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order went into effect in March, many businesses scrambled to put policies together. While it’s uncertain when businesses will meet all the necessary criteria to begin reopening, employers should start preparing now.1 Human resources departments need to have plans in place that address employees’ likely concerns about wellness in the workplace, while also keeping business running when things are anything but “usual.”

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Not business as usual

When Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order went into effect in March, many businesses scrambled to put policies together. While it’s uncertain when businesses will meet all the necessary criteria to begin reopening, employers should start preparing now.1 Human resources departments need to have plans in place that address employees’ likely concerns about wellness in the workplace, while also keeping business running when things are anything but “usual.”

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Jonathan Eiden is a shareholder in vonBriesen & Roper's Labor and Employment Section. His practice focuses on compliance with state and federal laws and regulations, including discrimination, workplace standards, medical leave requirements, wage and hour regulations, and labor relations. His clients include public and private employers of all sizes in a variety of industries.

James R. Macy represents employers in labor negotiations, discrimination defense, disability and ADA issues, wrongful discharge or employment contract disputes, non-competition issues and other difficult personnel transactions. He drafts employment agreements and negotiates employment severances. He represents employers of all sizes, including those with union and non-union workforces as well as police and fire departments.

  • Be prepared for HR issues coming in future phases of the pandemic
  • Take necessary steps to ensure employee safety and continuation of operations
  • Receive tips on addressing employees’ fears about returning to work
  • Avoid headaches and pitfalls experienced in the first safer at home order in the event of a repeat wave of illness
  • Labor & employment attorneys
  • Business lawyers
  • Solo/small firm employers
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