Description Recording of live event on May 21, 2020 Mobile-optimized for viewing on tablets and smartphones Webinar Description Is your workplace ready for the “next normal”? On May 7, 2020, Governor Newsom released industry guidance allowing for a gradual reopening of California’s economy. As California and its localities begin to modify their shelter-in-place orders, employers across the state are thinking about how to comply with evolving workplace guidelines so that employees and customers can return safely. The road to reopening may seem long, but CalChamber is here to help you find your way. During this 90-minute webinar, our California employment law experts will discuss factors to consider and tips to remember as you prepare to reopen. Topics include: Overview of Governor Newsom’s guidelines to reopen Safety considerations for workers and customers Providing personal protective equipment (PPE) Administering testing and screenings Following guidance from the CDC, CalOSHA, DFEH, EEOC and other agencies Hiring and onboarding considerations How to bring back temporarily laid off employees Recruiting practices for new hires Considerations about when and whether to bring teleworkers back to the office Compliance requirements, including wage and hour, ADA, EEOC and DFEH Staggered work schedules Wage and hour rules to remember Recommended changes and additions to handbook policies Communicating your return to work plan and setting expectations Product Features Presented by top CalChamber 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 5/21/20 event This webinar was recorded on May 21, 2020, 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 Due to the webinar topic and subject matter discussed, it is possible that some of the content is now out of date.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 guidance only and does not serve as or replace legal advice.