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The New Normal Virtual Chapter Meeting *free* for Seattle SHRM members and $15 for guests. Kellie Tabor, JD and Seattle SHRM Legislative Director will be providing a legal update and reviewing best practices for workplace operations and personnel in a post-COVID-19 world. NOTE: link to join event will be sent in a separate email.

 Export to Your Calendar 6/18/2020
When: Thursday, June 18th, 2020
12-1pm
Where: The New Normal (Virtual Chapter Meeting)
Seattle, Washington 
United States
Contact: Courtney O’Brien-McFarland
206-359-6468


Online registration is available until: 6/18/2020
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The New Normal Virtual Chapter Meeting *free* for Seattle SHRM members and $15 for guests.

 

Kellie Tabor, JD and Seattle SHRM Legislative Director will be providing a legal update and reviewing best practices for workplace operations and personnel in a post-COVID-19 world.

 

Back to Work? How Human Resources Professionals Can Help Organizations Assess Whether, When and How to Reopen for Business. 

 

The lifting of shelter-in-place orders may sound like good news, but actually reopening a previously closed operation is likely to be complicated and challenging. Littler’s Kellie Tabor, a Seattle SHRM Board Member, will provide an overview of the employment and labor law issues which must be taken into consideration as your organization evaluates the possibility of reopening.

 

  • Staying up to date with local, state and federal reopening policies, guidelines and procedures
  • Dealing with the challenge of operating in different states, cities, counties, each with their own vision of reopening
  • Identifying core staffing levels and procedures for recalling workers
  • Evaluating space planning and logistics required for the “socially distant” workplace
  • Customer interactions in the world of thermal imaging, plexiglass, and facemasks
  • Meeting the obligation to provide a safe environment for workers, customers, and other visitors
  • Consideration of possible safe harbors based on compliance with government orders
  • Integrating PPP loans into a reopening strategy
  • Possible WARN traps associated with a reopening followed by a reclosing
  • The future role of the Department of Labor
  • The potential impact of Phase 4 relief from the federal government
  • Contingency planning for future shutdowns

 

 NOTE:  link to join event will be sent in a separate email.

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