Nonprofits are not immune to ongoing and developing issues and concerns related to COVID-19, the impact on their workforce and consequently, the ability to meet their mission. By identifying and anticipating what issues will arise, and proactively developing a plan for how to appropriately address them, non-profit employers are able to more effectively minimize the legal risks associated with operating during a pandemic.
- Getting our employees back to work: laws and guidance non-profit employers must consider
- Screening and testing: is it legal?
- Anticipating leave and accommodation requests: leave requests for school closures, illness, to care for others or because they live with an individual in a vulnerable population
Speakers: Jenifer M. Bologna, Of Counsel, and Tara K. Burke, KM Attorney, Jackson Lewis P.C.
Presented by: Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio and Exponentum®, in conjunction with pro bono attorneys from Jackson Lewis P.C.