Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Summer 2020, Volume 26, Issue 3
- Business Interruption Cases: Fighting For Insurance Coverage When It's Not Business As Usual
- Editorial Committee
- Employment E-Discovery - It's Time to Learn It Plain and Simple!
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2019-2020
- How to Hire Your First Employee
- Law Firm Growth During an Uncertain Legal Climate, Part I: How to Ethically Use of Counsel Relationships
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter From the Editor-In-Chief
- MCLE Article: the Buck Stops Here
- Table of Contents
- the Practitioner For Solo & Small Firms
- Covid-19: the Road to Reopening for Businesses
COVID-19: The Road to Reopening for Businesses
By Cindy Elkins
Cynthia Elkins, of Elkins Employment Law in Woodland Hills is a management side employment attorney with over 30 years of experience providing compliance advice and counsel and litigation defense to employers throughout California. Cynthia is an advisor to the Solo & Small Firm and the Litigation Sections of CLA and is Chair of CLA’s 2020 Solo & Small Firm Summit.
As businesses anxiously await and plan for their opportunity to reopen and resume operations, and the eventual return of their employees to the workplace, there are many employment law and personnel related concerns that must be considered and addressed.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC), OSHA, and many state and local agencies, have put forth considerable guidance to help employers better understand the nature of the virus and the resources designed to help with the concerns related to providing a safe and healthy work environment for employees and visitors.