Register for FS April 13 COVID-19 Weekly Briefing – Legal and HR Challenges in the Workplace

FS’s Next Weekly Briefing – Legal and HR Challenges

To register for FS’s complimentary COVID-19 Weekly Briefing on April 13, please REGISTER HERE.

Employers face a multitude of legal and HR challenges in successfully managing the workforce while navigating the multiple state and local restrictions and understanding the newly enacted legislation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It now is more important than ever that employers ensure that their employment policies and HR practices are up to date and effectively implemented. Join FortneyScott and WorkPlace HR for our COVID-19 Weekly Briefing on Monday, April 13 from noon to 1:00 pm ET as we address the legal and HR challenges, including:

  • Strategies for successfully implementing the new federal paid sick and family leave enacted in the Family Friendly and CARES Acts;
  • Best practices for effectively managing workers working from home, including tracking hours worked and monitoring performance;
  • Understanding the employers’ duties to provide a safe workplace, and responding to employee concerns relating to the workplace and the health of other workers; and
  • The critical role for legal and HR in implementing new legislation and regulations, and working with the employers’ key stakeholders.

Our subject matter specialists, including a highly experienced employment lawyer and HR consultant, will provide helpful tips and practical insights.

Previous FS Weekly Briefings

If you were unable to attend our previous FS Weekly Briefings, you can access them below.

View FS March 30 Weekly Briefing – Topics included the new federal paid sick and family leave enacted in the Family Friendly and CARES Acts.

View FS April 6 Weekly Briefing – Topics included a brief update on key developments and new and expanded unemployment benefit provisions under the PUA and FPUC.

FortneyScott’s COVID-19 Weekly Briefings and Employer Help Desk

As a reminder, FortneyScott has expanded its professional services to aid our clients in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Weekly Briefings

Our next FS Weekly Briefing will be on Monday, April 6. FortneyScott attorneys will provide an update on the new key developments affecting the workplace, including a review of the new and expanded unemployment benefit provisions (Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) and Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC)). If you are interested in participating in FS’s Weekly Briefings, please REGISTER HERE. 

On March 30, we presented the new federal paid sick and family leave enacted in the Family Friendly and CARES Acts. If you missed FS’s March 30 Weekly Briefing, you can watch it by CLICKING HERE.

The FS Weekly Briefings are complimentary and will continue to be held on Mondays from 12:00 noon to 1:00 PM (Eastern). Our attorneys and HR consultants will address the leading workforce issues, including compliance with new legislation, managing leaves of absence, workplace safety, EEO/ADA issues, layoffs and furloughs, implementing new HR policies, and related issues. The Briefings also will provide a forum for employers to ask questions and share insights about the issues they are facing.

FortneyScott’s COVID-19 Employer Help Desk

FortneyScott has assembled attorneys and HR consultants to provide efficient, effective services on a fixed fee basis through the FS COVID-19 Employer Help Desk. The Help Desk services can be tailored to supplement and aid employers’ legal, HR, and compliance teams that are addressing the significant legal and practical challenges as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve. Please contact your FortneyScott attorney or e-mail FortneyScott for more information on how the Help Desk can assist you and your team in addressing COVID-19 challenges.

Please forward this information to those in your organization who also could benefit from these expanded professional services.

We are here in our nation’s capital, staying on top of the rapid developments surrounding the coronavirus. We will continue to work with our clients to successfully address the COVID-19 pandemic challenges that employers are facing.