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Managing the Workplace in A Pandemic: Tips for Employers to Survive the Era of COVID-19
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HR can be especially challenging for smaller employers with limited resources and can be even more challenging for business during the COVID-19 rebuilding period. In these difficult times, it is important to be prepared for the new normal in the workplace. This webinar slide deck aims to discuss some of the most critical areas you need to be aware of to avoid HR-related fines, lawsuits, or penalties.

Presented by Mary Ellen Simonson, Melanie V. Pate, Laura Pasqualone on August 25, 2020 to the Tempe Chamber of Commerce.

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View the webinar here:

Main content material starts at 2:37.

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Tags: COVID-19 Rapid Response Team, Labor and Employment
  • Laura  Pasqualone

    Laura is valued by clients for her strategic and client-centric counsel on matters involving employment law compliance, litigation prevention, and litigation defense.

    Laura Pasqualone is a partner in the firm’s Labor and Employment and Litigation practice groups, practicing ...

  • Mary Ellen  Simonson

    Mary Ellen Simonson has established a successful employment and education practice, as a counselor and litigation defense attorney. She has 33 years of experience in representing and advising a wide variety of public and private sector employers, in all aspects of employment relations ...

  • Melanie V. Pate

    Melanie leads her practice with empathy, expertise, and integrity. Clients benefit from her established practice and extensive legal knowledge and experience.

    Melanie Pate, a partner in the firm's Litigation Practice Group, focuses primarily on labor and employment issues. She spent 15 ...

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