Maine State Chamber of Commerce: Returning to the Workplace: Navigating Legal and Leadership Best Practices

October 14, 2021 at 10:00am11:00am
Virtual Event

Verrill will be sponsoring this virtual event hosted by Maine State Chamber of Commerce. As we head into another fall during the pandemic, returning employees to the workplace requires both vigilance and flexibility to navigate uncharted territory. In this webinar, Verrill Employment & Labor Attorneys Rob Brooks and Liz Johnston will discuss legal issues for employers at various stages of returning to the workplace, including those working in a “hybrid” model. The discussion will also include the latest guidance and considerations related to federal vaccine requirements for private-sector employees, as well as health care workers and federal contractors. Attendees will gain insights on navigating their plans for a smooth and safe return to the workplace and best practices for the workplace among the latest COVID-19 developments.

This event will be held virtually on Zoom. A link to participate will be sent with your email confirmation. For more information on this event, click here.

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