Cloudy, With a Chance of… Just About Anything! Why Employers Must Prepare for Uncertainty
This Activity has been PREAPPROVED for SHRM Re-Certification Credits and submitted to HRCI
Aaron Goldstein Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Employers continue to deal with multiple historic changes, even as we enter into year three of the pandemic.
While the last two years have taught us all to prepare for the unexpected, employers should prepare for several specific trends.
This webinar will identify those trends and provide guidance regarding how employers should prepare.
- COVID-19 mandates will increasingly collide with a tight labor market. How should employers navigate these opposing forces?
- What should employers do to prepare for the moment when “fully vaccinated” means getting a booster shot or a new vaccine?
- What types of claims will employers see from employees, and how can they prepare?
- Are non-competes an option in response to the Great Resignation?
If there’s one thing the last 2 years has taught us, is that it pays to be prepared for anything. Join this webinar to get ready for “next.”
About the Speaker: Aaron Goldstein
Aaron Goldstein advises businesses and provides litigation expertise on all employment related matters, from trade secret disputes and non-competition agreements to discrimination and harassment claims, under Oregon, Washington, and federal law. Aaron represents clients before the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, the Washington Human Rights Commission, the Washington Department of Labor and Industries, and the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Aaron represents companies in a wide variety of industries, including banking, financial services, computer software, semiconductor fabrication, retail, and medical supplies.