HR Virtual Roundtable – Steps to Re-Entry
As we enter Phase 2 of the Coronavirus Pandemic, we are faced with questions surrounding re-entry into the workplace, such as how to get back to work safely, updated employee benefits, new laws surrounding workers compensation, when to tele-work vs. when to work from the office and much more.
Join Jennifer Madden, an employment-law expert and Amelya Stevenson, HR business consultant guru as they provide tactical tips for re-entry to the workplace and answer your most burning questions.
POTENTIAL TOPICS TO BE COVERED:
- Workplace safety
- Recall procedures
- Restructuring workstations
- Enhanced cleaning/disinfecting
- Employee Benefits/Workers Compensation
- Ex. Order N-62-20
- Compensation (Salary and Hourly)
- Remote Work
- New-Hire (rehire) paperwork
- Policy changes
- Fear of returning to work
- Business Continuity Plan
About our speakers:
Jennifer Randlett Madden is a founding partner with Delfino Madden, a business law firm. Jennifer is an employment-law expert who works closely with her clients to proactively devise effective and practical strategic employment programs to foster productive workplaces and prevent claims. She advises businesses regarding employee reductions, separations, severance agreements, leaves of absence, disability accommodations, performance issues and proactive discipline. Jennifer represents businesses in employment litigation including claims of discrimination, wrongful termination and sexual harassment, and contract actions.
Amelya Stevenson, M.A., SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP is a a Vistage Chair, and leads a peer group of CEOs, Business Owners and Executives who are passionate about growing their business, themselves and their teams to get better results. Amelya is also the President of e-VentExe, a Sacramento based human resource consulting firm. She brings over 37 years of senior level human resource and startup operations experience in a variety of small, medium and large businesses advising CEO’s and Senior Executives how to lead companies in a complex legal climate.
Moderated by Erika Bjork, Strategic Initiatives, Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce