During his press conference on Sunday, April 26, 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo emphasized that businesses need to develop a plan to demonstrate to the State “how risky” it would be to reopen and what they will do to minimize risk. Whatever state you are in, it is clearer than ever that planning ahead will become the
key to reopening your business successfully, and without getting sued.
Whether or not you attended Part 1 of our webinar “Getting Back to Work: Preparations and Considerations
,” don’t miss our next session. Kelley Drye Labor and Employment co-chairs Barbara Hoey
and Mark Konkel
picked up from where they left off and further address the practical and legal challenges employers will face in a world where the coronavirus threat has been managed, but hasn’t disappeared. We covered topics like:
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- The future of telework – is it the “new abnormal”?
- What are the critical components of a reopening plan?
- What are the inevitable challenges employers will face?
- How do you protect your company from the inevitable lawsuits?