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ASA Webinar: Post-COVID Return to the Workplace: HR and Office Considerations for Associations
Wednesday, August 11, 2021, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Category: Industry Events

ASA Webinar: Post-COVID Return to the Workplace: HR and Office Considerations for Associations

August 11, 2021
2:00 - 3:00 pm
Complimentary for GSAE Members

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The COVID-19 pandemic shut down most nonprofit workplaces in 2020 – with remote work becoming the norm for associations – but as vaccine distribution has become widespread in 2021, many employers are planning their post-pandemic return to the office, especially after Labor Day. This very timely ASA webinar on one of the hottest issues facing the association community will focus on human resource and physical office considerations as many associations plan their return to the workplace. In a highly interactive video webinar, we will tackle questions such as:

  • Can our association require that all of our employees return to the office once we re-open?
  • Are we obligated to provide remote work options for those employees who ask for them?
  • How are associations revising their remote work policies post-COVID?
  • Can our association mandate vaccinations for our employees as a precondition of returning to the office and traveling for work and, if so, what exceptions need to be made under the law?
  • If we require vaccinations, can we require proof of vaccination status and, if so, how must we store such information?
  • Can we require mask-wearing and social distancing for our unvaccinated employees and visitors to the office and, if so, what should we do to prevent bullying or harassment of unvaccinated staff?
  • What is our association’s potential liability if an employee who desires to not return to the office is required to do and then contracts COVID at our workplace or events?

Jeffrey S. Tenenbaum, Esq., Managing Partner Tenenbaum Law Group PLLC

Sarah Henze, HR Consultant TPO
Rebecca Humphrey, Head of North America Workplace Practice Group Savills