HR Scenarios & Common Questions | What Is Life After Coronavirus | Webinar Series | Rea CPA

What Is Life After Coronavirus? HR Scenarios and Common Questions

When: Wednesday, April 22, 2020 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Hosted By: Rea & Associates
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COVID-19 Crisis | HR Compliance | Ohio CPA Firm

Stories From The Front Lines

There's no shortage of human resources questions these days. In addition to a mountain of other concerns, businesses are actively juggling new compliance guidelines, government regulations, and real-world concerns related to employees who are both afraid of becoming sick with COVID-19 and of losing their source of income. When it comes to addressing the new rules associated with coronavirus, unfortunately, there is not a one-size-fits-all solution - especially when dealing with the human element. 

As you can expect, our human resources consulting services team has been working overtime fielding a range of questions from businesses on the front lines battling up-to-the-minute COVID-19 challenges. During this session of our "What Is Life After Coronavirus?" webinar series, we will address specific HR scenarios and common questions businesses like yours are facing in the hopes of providing you with the guidance you need when it comes to tackling the really tough situations. 

During this hour-long webinar, you will hear case studies related to unemployment, the FFCRA, the CARES Act, New DOL Workplace Safety Resources & CDC Recommendations, and more.

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This webinar was recorded on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, and was accurate at the time it was initially broadcast. Since then, changes may have occurred. For the most up-to-date information, please contact your Rea & Associates advisor.

Additionally, please be aware that these resources are four informational purposes only. Rea & Associates does not provide legal advice and will not make management decisions for your organization. You are encouraged to consult with legal counsel of your choice prior to implementing policies or procedures.