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Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise
Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise

Establishing the New Normal: Return to Work Considerations in the COVID-19 Era

Apr 29, 2020 COVID-19 Resource Centre

April 29, 2020
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm (ET)

To view the recorded webinar click here.

Questions and Answers that were addressed from the webinar

As COVID-19 restrictions begin to loosen in some jurisdictions, employers must consider the return to work process and what that entails. This webinar is designed to assist employers in addressing the issues they will face when returning to work, both with respect to their employees and to the workplace.

Join lawyers from McMillan’s Employment group for a webinar on Wednesday, April 29th as we address concerns, potential issues and other considerations in the return to work process and how these can best be managed.

In this presentation we will specifically discuss:

  • Establishing a return to work protocol
  • Recalling employees to work
  • Managing employees’ refusal to return to work, absences and accommodation requirements
  • Adapting the workplace to health and safety needs with COVID-19

3:00 pm – 3:45 pm | Presentation
3:45 pm – 4:00 pm | Q&A

Dave McKechnie
Co-Chair, Employment & Labour Relations

Shari Munk-Manel

Kyle Lambert

Dianne Rideout

Robyn Osgood
McMillan Vantage

For more information, please contact: [email protected]

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