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Preparing for the New Workplace Paradigm: A Roadmap for Employers in the Time of COVID-19

May
1
2020

Date: May 1, 2020

Time: 1:00PM - 2:00PM

Location: View the Webinar Recording

The rapid onset of the coronavirus crisis stripped many employers of the opportunity to prepare an orderly retreat from the physical workplace. Following the government-imposed stay-in-place orders, employers shifted their attention to managing a remote workforce, coping with the financial impacts of the economy’s precipitous closure, and digesting the rapid legislative developments that ensued. While we do not know what the “normal” American workplace will look like exactly during and after the pandemic, employers should plan now for this transformation.

Please join Mintz’s Employment, Labor and Benefits Practice as we discuss the roadmap for reopening the workplace. We will provide guidance on critical issues employers should focus on as they prepare for what promises to be a very different environment.

Speakers

Professional Headshot of David Barmak

David Barmak

Speaker

David Barmak is an experienced trial lawyer at Mintz who focuses his practice on employment law and HR issues. He litigates cases in federal and state courts and arbitrations across the country. David counsels clients on compliance and employee relations issues and risk reduction options.
Katharine O. Beattie is an employment litigator at Mintz who represents clients in federal and state courts and before arbitrators and administrative agencies. She handles matters involving discrimination, harassment, leaves of absence, wage and hour disputes, and more.
Andrew J. Bernstein is an experienced employment attorney who handles transactional matters and litigation at Mintz. Andrew advises companies and senior executives on compensation issues in mergers and acquisitions, venture capital investments, and private equity financings.
Jennifer B. Rubin is a Mintz Member who advises clients on employment issues like wage and hour compliance. Her clients range from start-ups to Fortune 50 companies and business executives in the technology, financial services, publishing, professional services, and health care industries.