In the August edition of our Third Thursdays series, Ruthie Goodboe and Bud Bobber discuss politics in the workplace and the potential impact on employee productivity and morale during election season. The speakers address the federal, state, and local laws that may apply to political speech and ways that employers can promote civility and productivity through the 2020 election.
Recruiting and Retention During the COVID-19 Pandemic: the Top Issues Facing California Staffing Agencies
In this podcast, Charles Thompson, Christian Keeney, and Patty Matias discuss the unique challenges that staffing agencies are dealing with during the COVID-19 pandemic. The speakers specifically address issues related to screening applicants for symptoms and exposure, the compensability of screening time, managing applications and onboarding remotely, and layoffs and notices required under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act.
On September 13, 2021, New York City began enforcing Executive Order No. 225 (“Key to NYC”), which requires individuals show proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to entering certain indoor establishments. In this podcast, Kelly Cardin and Jessica Schild discuss the key requirements of the executive order, including exemptions and penalties. The speakers also address significant compliance considerations implicated by the New York City Human Rights Law.
In this episode of our California COVID-19 series, Joe Beachboard, Betsy Johnson, and Hardy Murphy discuss the employment-related privacy issues associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. They address considerations in implementing health screening programs, including testing options, wage and hour considerations, and intersecting state and federal agency guidance.