This is a timely series designed to help leaders and their teams navigate and succeed as we bring our employees back to our post-COVID workplace. As we sort through these changing times, CEA is offering a leadership series focusing on the extraordinary leadership needed during a time of social distancing and virtual teams.
Last month I called an employer in Monterey. She answered the phone with a muffled “Hello” and then said, “Wait a minute, I need to take off my mask.” I began laughing and soon she began laughing and it was a good minute or so before we could collect ourselves to have a real discussion.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has updated its guidance on COVID-19 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), clarifying how to accommodate individuals who are at high risk for severe illness from the coronavirus.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on everyone’s mental health. People have experienced financial hardship, additional challenges with childcare and school cancellations, job loss, reduced hours, sickness, and grief.
Every employer is required to develop and implement an effective, written Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP).
I want to take a moment and share with you four recent major developments affecting employer’s workers compensation pricing & coverage. Below you will see I have attempted to give a brief summary to get to the bottom of what is happening for employers while removing all of the “technical language.”