In this episode of our COVID-19 Litigation series, Ashley Cuttino and Michael Nail address the treatment of COVID-19 within the state workers’ compensation system. The speakers will discuss the various states that have adopted presumptions in favor of employees through executive orders and emergency rules, and the applicability of COVID-19 to the “ordinary disease of life” standard.
In this podcast, Lisa Bowman and Charles Thompson discuss strategies for conducting workplace investigations in the COVID-19 era in addition to the advantages and disadvantages of video conferencing as opposed to in-person meetings. The speakers address handling technological issues, addressing interviewees’ privacy concerns, tips for screen sharing, developing rapport with witnesses, and judging the credibility of interviewees.
Diversity and Inclusion at Work: How U.S. Law Impacts Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic
In this episode of our Diversity and Inclusion at Work series, Sarah Platt and Brazitte Poole discuss diversity and inclusion laws and initiatives to consider during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. In highlighting issues they covered in the D&I Legal Surveys, Model Policy & Compliance Tools, they provide common scenarios that employees may encounter and an overview of the various federal and state laws that employers should be mindful of as they return employees to their diverse workplaces.
Join hosts Bud Bobber and Keith Kopplin for the second podcast in their series on important wage and hour topics for manufacturing industry employers. This podcast covers the important topic of overtime pay, including who is eligible for overtime, when it is owed, and how overtime pay is calculated.