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On Monday, our Employment Law and Retained General Counsel Services Team Lead, James M. Morris, hosted another segment of our COVID-19 Webinar series! Jim discussed the most recent Senate bills and how it may have an impact on your business, as well as COVID vaccinations and the continued vaccine rollout. You can check out our legal blog, which provides updates on the legal changes surrounding Covid-19, here.
Additionally, as those attending the Webinars have learned, Kentucky-based businesses need to "dust off" their Human Resources manual, update with "Work From Home" and "Remote Working" Policies and Procedures, and assure compliance with all OSHA, FMLA, EFMLEA, FFCRA and CARES Act requirements.
Employers are entering a dangerous time, as new COVID-19 variants cause employers to re-evaluate policies yet again. As James explained, the need to be prepared and know the deadlines for implementation of the OSHA policies, and it is best to have those steps and your own policies evaluated by counsel. These critical compliance steps must be undertaken carefully.
Contact the Retained General Counsel Team at Morris & Morris for more information. From Policies and Procedures, to assuring a safe workplace environment for your remote workers, to compliance with FFCRA, CARES, EFMLEA, Intermittent Leave, to assurance that your business is in compliance with local, state, and federal law, the Retained General Counsel Team can assist your business through these difficult times.
James M. Morris, Our Employment & Business Law and GC Wireless Retained General Counsel Team Lead, is pleased to provide in-depth details and insight into the current steps being taken by the President and how those steps are being evaluated by the 5th and 6th Circuit Courts of Appeals. This Webinar is scheduled for 1.5 hours, with SHRM and HRCI credits!
James M. Morris, our Employment & Business Law and GC Wireless Retained General Counsel Lead, provides an update on the Presidential actions that have taken place in the last couple of weeks, as well as a look into the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021. You can view all of our previous Webinars here. Our most recent PowerPoint for the Webinar is located below, but out prior PowerPoints are available here.