COVID Vaccine Mandates: Legal Questions and Answers Employers Need Now

December 16, 2021 at 1:00pm
Virtual Event

Join Verrill attorney Tawny Alvarez on Thursday, December 16th at 1PM for "COVID Vaccine Mandates: Legal Questions and Answers Employers Need Now" webinar. in this webinar hosted by Verrill and MP employers will get answers to some of the most common questions pertaining to the COVID vaccine mandates.

Register for the webinar to:

  • Learn what employers should do if an employee refuses to be vaccinated for COVID
  • Find out if employees can be required to undergo regular COVID tests if they’re unvaccinated
  • Outline employer obligations for medical accommodations related to vaccine policies
  • Understand how employees should be tested for COVID and who must pay for it

To learn more about this event or to register click here.

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