Employers are confused on how and when they should reopen, but more importantly, how they reopen in a manner that protects and keeps employees and customers safe. Are you one of these employers? Welcome to the majority! And let's not forget the necessity to shield the business from the tremendous liability and litigation that will soon encompass the media sound waves.
Law firms around the country are at the edge of their seats, eager to seize the opportunities with disgruntled or concerned employees (or even customers) that find the business lacking protective equipment or skimping on safety standards.
With a lack of direction and conflicting rules or guidance from local, state, and federal government, there doesn't seem to be a clear end in sight, and companies can't afford to wait on the government to bail them out – with cash nor gear.
Join Global Healthcare Resources' Chairman Jonathan Edelheit, ESQ, to explore the strategies and scenarios that employers must know to keep customers coming, employees healthy, hungry lawyers at ease, and the bottom line in the black.
How do we reopen our business? How do we send employees back to work? Explore the seen and unseen challenges that lie ahead.
What is an employer’s duty of care? What should employers be doing to protect their employees from COVID-19?
How to test employees for coronavirus and what it entails. Do thermometers actually work? Should testing be of regular frequency?
It is no easy feat to navigate federal, state, city, and county regulations. Is following government guidance enough?
How to prepare the workplace, the workplace, or the storefront. What works and what doesn’t?
Explore the new technologies available for tracking COVID-19 amongst employees and customers.
Gain insights into employer scenarios.
Jonathan Edelheit is Chairman & Co-founder of the Corporate Health & Wellness Association (CHWA), and Global Healthcare Resources (GHR). Global Healthcare Resources reaches over 2 million executives and professionals through the association’s portfolio of companies and its network. As Chairman, Mr. Edelheit spends much of his time collaborating with C-suite executives of health insurance companies, employers/corporations, brokers, hospitals and numerous governments both domestically and internationally on the adoption of innovation and disruption to produce outlier organizations.
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