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JVC and Greenwald Doherty Co-Host Presentation on Common Employee Lawsuits

It’s set for Nov. 17.

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(PRESS RELEASE) The Jewelers Vigilance Committee and Greenwald Doherty have joined to co-host a presentation on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 1 p.m. EST on how to avoid employment lawsuits, especially during these unprecedented times and changing laws.

As the pandemic continues to upend workplace norms and disrupt employment relations in unprecedented ways, employment litigation has taken on a unique spin. The presentation will cover a variety of key issues that employers are facing and could lead to lawsuits if companies are not proactive, including:

  • Accommodating employees with disabilities.
  • Considerations in terminating, laying-off or furloughing employees.
  • COVID-19 and safety-related matters.
  • Harassment, discrimination and retaliation concerns.

In addition, the speakers will discuss special wage and hour considerations (that are heightened by the remote work phenomenon) and leave-related issues, in addition to providing practical, proactive solutions that businesses can take to protect themselves.

Register here to join.

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