Important COVID-19 Vaccine Considerations for Employers

16 Aug , 2021

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The COVID-19 vaccine is now available and employers need to know how to manage their workforce through the rollout process. Please join Fisher Phillips labor and employment law attorneys Pamela Williams and Lariza Hebert for a webinar providing some best practices that employers should keep in mind to reduce Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) exposure and when handling accommodation requests.

 

Topics to include:

  • What employers need to know about the COVID-19 vaccine
  • Can employers require vaccines?
  • What if your employees refuse a vaccine?
  • Best practices for employers
  • What to expect going forward?

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