[Webinar Replay] Guidance for Employers as Coronavirus Spreads in the US

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, many employers are left with questions about how to prepare for coronavirus while preparing for the possibility of remote work, quarantines, temporary business closures and/or other challenges. With many businesses forced planning for various contingency situations, AAIM Employers’ Association CEO, Phil Brandt facilitated a live-webinar on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 with legal expert, Burt Garland, Attorney & Partner with Ogletree Deakins & medical expert, Dr. Alexander Garza, MD, Chief Medical Officer of SSM Health.

Here are just a few of the concerns we addressed during the webinar:
  • Can proof of a negative coronavirus result be required before allowing an employee in self-quarantine to return to work?
  • How should employers handle an employee who may have been exposed to the virus?
  • If an employee contracts the virus at work, should it be treated as workers’ compensation?
  • What options are there when an employee refuses to self-quarantine after returning from a personal trip to a level three country?
AAIM members with an AAIM University login can access the webinar recording here.
If you do not have an AAIM University login, you can watch the recording on the aaimea.org website here.