Ensure Your COVID-19 Vaccine Policies and Practices Are in Legal Compliance
What can you ask employees regarding their vaccination status? Do you need to accommodate workers who refuse to get the vaccine? What types of incentives can you offer to encourage vaccination? This program clarifies the latest guidance concerning vaccines in the workplace. Minimize litigation risks - register today!
Uncover recent guidance from the EEOC and OSHA regarding COVID-19 vaccinations.
Discover the legal essentials of offering incentives to employees.
Determine what questions you can - and cannot - ask workers concerning vaccination status.
Examine guidelines for handling accommodation requests.
The Latest Guidance: Key Takeaways for Employers Regarding COVID-19 Vaccines
Special Considerations for Incentive Programs
Differentiating Voluntary vs. Mandatory Vaccine Policies
Asking About Vaccination Status: What You Need to Know
Practical Guidance for Handling Accommodation Requests
Best Practices for Creating, Revising, and Implementing Vaccine-Related Policies
CINDY COLE ETTINGOFF is CEO and general counsel for Memphis Area Legal Services and practices in the areas of labor and employment law, representing both employers and employees in OSHA, wage and hour, FMLA, ADA, and other employment law matters. In recent years, one of the major focuses of her practice has been assisting growing employers in the development of their employment policies and practices, including drug testing policies, disciplinary policies, workers' compensation policies, and performance policies, as well as in contract drafting and negotiation. In addition, Ms. Ettingoff is the chair of the Tennessee Bar Association's Alternative Dispute Resolution Section and serves as a mediator on employment-related disputes. She earned her J.D. degree from the University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.
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