With Covid-19, civil unrest & the new administration, what can
do to stay compliant?
Last year’s pandemic was felt in every aspect of our lives and in every sector
of our economy. There was nothing ordinary about the extraordinary events that
took place in 2020.
The Covid-19 crisis has already triggered over 1,000 lawsuits related to workplace
safety and discrimination claims filed by employees who felt their employers were not
in compliance with workplace laws. With a new President in office and a continued focus on
diversity and inclusion efforts, employers must continue to be proactive and alert to possible
issues and complaints.
During this Workplace Coffee Talk, we will discuss the top workplace litigation trends for
2021 and what all employers need to know.
• Continued Covid-Related Guidelines and New Pandemic Laws
• President Biden’s Plan to Broaden Laws to Protect Employees
• Practical Steps Employers Can Take (Revise Policies and Train Managers)
As we know, 2020 presented us with challenges never before faced. Employers must
continue to stay on top of compliance issues and implement necessary changes. Business
leaders must also understand the best way to mitigate against employment law risks and the most
critical workplace policies to have in place.
Meet Jill, Stella & Cindy, the Hosts of Workplace Coffee Talks
Join Jill, Stella & Cindy, your workplace experts, as we discuss the leadership and legal challenges and best practices to lead through these turbulent times.
Jill Windelspecht, President of Talent Specialists Consulting (executive coach, leadership expert & organization effectiveness consultant), Stella Skaljac, President of ImagineHR (employment attorney/human resource consultant) and Cindy Holzheimer, President/CEO of NOACC are looking forward to sharing a cup of coffee and insights that will help you grow your leadership and your business!