Responding to COVID-19 Webinar Series - Part IX: Reopening CT: Answers to Workforce and Financial Questions from CT Businesses
As Connecticut prepares for Phase 2 of the state's reopening process on June 17, a myriad of questions remain for businesses. While we move forward into this new chapter with cautious optimism, we continue to address financial and workforce issues related to the pandemic.
Attorneys Nancy A.D. Hancock and Andrew C. Glassman from Pullman & Comley's Business Organizations and Finance practice, and attorneys Megan Youngling Carannante, Jonathan B. Orleans, and Mark J. Sommaruga from the Labor and Employment practice led an informational discussion and Q&A addressing some of the most common concerns from clients about returning to work and restoring operations, as well as questions on available financial relief and the latest Connecticut executive orders.
- The impact of House Bill 7010, The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020, and the opportunities it presents for small and medium-sized businesses
- Required Precautions in Phases 1 and 2 of Connecticut Reopening Rules
- Strategies for dealing with employees who are reluctant to return to work
- Issues to be aware of if you are considering a reduction in force
- What to do when an employee tests positive for COVID-19
- How to reconcile customer demands with your obligations to employees
You can view a full recording of the webinar here.