Join KPA to go behind the mask (or face covering) to understand what businesses are responsible for, and how to work with employees to limit the spread of COVID-19.
Join experts from KPA as we explore some of the longer-term challenges and “gotchas” dealerships will face due to the coronavirus and how you can protect your business and your people.
Operating your business during the COVID-19 pandemic comes with a host of labor and employment law challenges. KPA has invited the talented employment lawyers from Fisher Phillips to join us and share their guidance on what to keep an eye out for in this “new normal.”
Register for this 25-minute webinar on how to operate safely and compliantly during the coronavirus pandemic. Dealerships across North America are planning for the “new normal” of operations. They’re determining what the future of their business looks while responding to consumer demands and regulatory mandates for safe and hygienic protocols. Join KPA as we discuss strategies for how to continue to operate safely and remain compliant during the coronavirus crisis.
COVID-19 brought varying levels of fear and anxiety among Americans. As employers navigate how to safely bring their employees back to the workplace, it will be important to address morale and unease. Join KPA’s HR experts as they offer guidance for how employers can support employees’ wellbeing and help them adjust to the “new normal.”
In this installment of KPA’s Take video series, watch KPA’s HR expert Russ Cole, PHRca, SHRM-CP as he reviews the following areas related to layoffs and furloughs:
Basics of return to work
Delays and exceptions
Disabilities continuing beyond FFCRA
In this webinar, KPA’s Vice President of Product Management, Kathryn Carlson, will be joined by Analyst Molly Blackwell from independent research firm Verdantix as they discuss how to successfully utilize EHS technology to mitigate COVID-19 workplace risks.
In this installment of KPA’s Take video series, watch KPA’s HR expert Brianna Stashak, PHRca SHRM-CP as she reviews the top FAQs around unemployment and the CARES Act including eligibility. This video includes an FAQ portion that answers the following questions:
Can my employees who are out on emergency paid sick leave to receive unemployment benefits?
We laid off an employee due to a Shelter in Place order and we would like to rehire them. Is this ok?
My employee is refusing to return because they are receiving more compensation on unemployment. What should I do?
As organizations transition back to work, it is imperative that employers create safe work environments in order to protect the health of their employees.
Join KPA’s EHS and content experts as they offer guidance on how to adjust to the “new normal” of business operations and plan for a safe return to work.