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COVID Vaccine and Employee Policies: An Employment Law Perspective

March 4, 2021 at 1:00pm2:00pm
Online Webinar

Join MP and Verrill attorney Tawny Alvarez on March 4 for COVID Vaccine and Employee Policies: An Employment Law Perspective. Get the legal perspective on COVID vaccination employee policies. This webinar will address how to approach mandatory COVID vaccination policies in the workplace.

Topics covered:

  • Learn what to do if an employee opts out of COVID vaccination policies because of political beliefs, religion, or a disability
  • Find out how a mandatory COVID vaccination policy might cause workers to attempt to unionize
  • Discover the risks associated with incentivizing COVID vaccinations for employees

For the webinar's recording, click here.

Tawny also contributed to MP's eBook, "The COVID Vaccine: HR Policy Development Playbook," that assists employers on what to do as the COVID-19 vaccine comes out and employees begin to return to work. To download, click here.

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