If you own a business or manage employees then you are likely struggling with the questions that we are all hearing about these days:
- Is it legal to require employees to be tested or vaccinated?
- Should there be a mask mandate in the office?
- Do employees get paid for COVID leave for themselves or family members?
- I have only a few employees, do the sick leave laws apply?
- All of my employees want to work remotely, how do I respond?
- Will OSHA begin to visit or monitor our workplace?
- Will employers receive a tax credit for providing COVID leave?
- Are we required to enforce guidelines or mandates or both?
These issues are causing extra stress in an already difficult time and that is why I've invited Kim Kisner to be a guest speaker for Pittsburgh Professional Women in October.
Because of the importance of the topic, this webcast is open to all professionals in Western PA, regardless of membership status.
Please join us at 12noon on Wednesday, October 13th and hear the answers to these questions from attorney Kim Kisner.
If you have a question for Kim, please submit that when you register.
Meet Our Guest:
Kim Kisner is a Partner with Leech Tishman, a collaborative law firm headquartered in Pittsburgh with nine locations across the United States. Kim is a member of the firm's Employment & Labor Practice Group.
With more than 20 years of legal experience, Kim counsels private, public and non-profit employers in all aspects of the employment relationship, from hiring through termination. She advises clients on employment discrimination issues, workplace and sexual harassment, disability accommodation, Family & Medical Leave Act compliance, employee handbooks, human resource policies and practices, wage and hour issues, use of temporary employees and independent contractors, performance appraisals, workplace investigations, drug and alcohol testing, workplace privacy issues, disciplinary action and termination, reductions in force, employment at-will/wrongful discharge, alternative dispute resolution, employment agreements, restrictive covenants and confidentiality agreements, severance agreements, waivers and releases, and unemployment compensation claims. Kim regularly assists businesses with employment and human resources matters, conducts internal investigations, represents employers in Department of Labor wage and hour audits, and litigates employment and wage and hour cases.
Join us on Wednesday, October 13th at 12noon to hear Kim's advice on COVID 19 in the workplace.
Have a specific question? Ask it during the registration process.
A recording of this workshop will be provided to all who register.
Can't wait until October?
Contact Kim here: leechtishman.com/people/kimberly-j-kisner