This article was updated March 31, 2020
The Coronavirus is quickly having a profound impact on businesses and their workforces. Measures that were unthinkable only a few weeks ago are now becoming common for employers and communities, leaving many employers wondering what they can and cannot do in this time of global concern. The team at Neider & Boucher put together FAQs to help employers better understand some of the legal issues involved in fighting the Coronavirus pandemic. These FAQs provide an overview of common questions raised by employers related to the pandemic and apply to general employers. Different considerations may apply to employers of healthcare providers or other specialized industries. Please click on the link below to review the FAQs. If you have questions about whether you can take certain steps or how best to implement those steps, call us, we’re here to help.
This article was authored by Attorney John Rather. John is a member of the firm’s Business Group focusing his practice on business law, health law, employment law and nonprofits.
The guidance provided above is general in nature and readers are encouraged to reach out to Neider & Boucher, S.C., or to their own legal counsel to determine the applicability of these issues to their own personal and/or business needs.
Click this link for a pdf version of John’s article: General Coronavirus Employment FAQs.