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WEBINAR
Reimagining a Post-Pandemic Workplace


Eastern Time

How do you envision your workplace after the COVID-19 health orders are lifted, much – if not all – of your workforce is vaccinated and the country moves past the pandemic? Will you require employees to be back in the office every day? Allow them to work remotely if they prefer? Or something in between? 

As the pressure builds to create and implement return-to-work policies and procedures, employers need to consider where they are going before they decide how to get there. This program will provide a structured way to think through these issues as you prepare for the future of your workplace.

Topic include
  • Categorizing your workforce – which employees must be in the office, which should be, and which can work remotely 
  • Determining your desired outcome for the workplace
  • Reasons for being in the office
  • Reasons to work from home
  • Considering the options
  • The impact of vaccines on your options
  • Developing your policy on remote working
  • Planning and reconfiguring your workspace
  • Creating your return-to-work plan
  • Developing an action plan for potential future outbreaks

Details and registration

For more information, please email Laura Miller.


Credit

The anticipated CLE credit for this program is 1.0 hour. 
Cooley LLP is an approved provider and can provide CLE credit in CA, CO, NY, and PA. 
Cooley LLP is a sponsor and will apply for CLE credit in IL, OH, TX, VA, WA. 
Cooley LLP is a sponsor and has applied for SHRM Professional Development Credit and HRCI Recertification credit. 
Credit in other jurisdictions may be available via reciprocity.
For jurisdictions where Cooley LLP is unable to provide credit, we will assist individual attendees with the self-application process, when applicable, or provide a general certificate of attendance. 


 
Related Contacts
Gregory Tenhoff Partner, Palo Alto
Selin Akkan Associate, Palo Alto
Carly Mitchell Associate, Washington, DC
Related Practices & Industries

Employment & Labor