Description Recording of the live event on March 25, 2021 Webinar Description A year has passed since California’s COVID-19 lockdown. Offices and jobsites are on the brink of reopening and businesses are ready to bring their remote employees back to the workplace. “Many employers are finding that there are aspects of the physical workplace that cannot be replicated at home. Some departments simply work better when people are back in the office and collaborating in person,” explains Erika Frank, webinar co-presenter and CalChamber’s Executive Vice President and General Counsel. While employees may be eager to return to the office, they may also be concerned about their health and safety. Many employees may just refuse to come in. What are California’s do’s and don’ts on this, and what are the workplace safety and personnel issues that businesses must be aware of and think about before, during and after the transition? What You'll Learn During this 90-minute webinar, CalChamber’s legal experts will discuss important considerations and provide key takeaways for businesses planning to reopen. Topics include: Cal/OSHA workplace safety requirements and necessary precautions California COVID-19 notification, reporting and leave laws Local COVID-19 sick leave ordinances Hiring and onboarding considerations How to bring back temporarily laid off employees Recruiting practices for new hires Managing employee questions, expectations, and fears about returning to the office COVID-19 testing and vaccination considerations Addressing employees with children who are still distance learning Webinar Details Presented by CalChamber's top employment law experts Ideal for HR professionals, office managers, business owners or anyone responsible for hiring and staffing Mobile-optimized for viewing on tablets and smartphones Downloadable webinar slides and a recording of the live 3/25/2021 event This webinar was recorded on March 25, 2021, and was current as of the date of the recording. Due to the webinar topic and subject matter discussed, it is possible that some of the content is now out of date. Please consult with legal counsel regarding any matter that may apply to you. This webinar offers information only and does not serve as or replace legal advice.