“How America reopens will be the result of unprecedented coordination between business and government, and the planning must begin now. We need new processes and rules that reflect the realities of the pandemic.”
-- U.S. Chamber President Suzanne Clark, April 13, 2020.

The coronavirus threat will still be active when many employers begin to return their employees to the job. What will you do when employees refuse to return? When some have been sick but not diagnosed? When social distancing measures remain in place? When some parts of the country (or even your city) are “more open” than others? What should employers do to prepare?

In Part I of this two-part series, Labor and Employment practice group co-chairs Barbara Hoey and Mark Konkel guided employers through the snares of legal, logistical and practical considerations as the nation returns to work.

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