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Policies, Safety Practices and Key Regulations
Employee illness involving COVID-19 is a challenging situation for employers. In addition to state and federal regulations involving employee leave, workplace safety for other employees and visitors must be addressed. Mandatory quarantine for those exposed to the infected employee must also be managed.
This webinar will address the best practices for employers when addressing safety within the workplace during the pandemic. We will discuss employer and employee rights, workplace safety and tips on how to handle when an employee reports a possible COVID-19 exposure.
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Maureen Louise Pomeroy is the founder of Pomeroy Law P.C. of Amesbury, Massachusetts. She practiced law for many years with firms in Massachusetts and New Hampshire before opening her own practice in 2014. Maureen’s practice focuses on business and employment law. She assists with matters relating to business startup, contract drafting and negotiations, and assists in a variety of other types of business and employment matters. She also conducts internal investigations for employers with regard to employee misconduct or discrimination. She has been a valuable resource within her community during COVID-19 by addressing questions and issues for her clients and provides seminars to local business groups related to employee/employer rights and how to maintain a safe workplace during the pandemic. She is licensed to practice in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.