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Employer Considerations for Employee Return to Work  

by Elisa Lintemuth, Arlene Steinfield

Published: May, 2020

Submission: May, 2020


Dykema’s Labor & Employment Practice Group created a Q&A overview addressing best practices for employers to consider when businesses return to work. The document discusses frequently asked questions concerning employer recalls, pay and benefits, medical documentation, personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements, and more. (See Q&A Overview)

The Q&A stemmed from Dykema’s May 7, 2020, webinar “When Life Returns to ‘Normal’: Post-Pandemic Legal and HR Considerations for Employers. If you would like to further explore any of the topics from the Q&A, or if you have any questions, please contact Elisa Lintemuth ([email protected]) or Arlene Switzer Steinfield ([email protected]).

Additionally, you may have an interest in the results of Dykema’s 2020 COVID-19 Employer Flash Survey, which covered a variety of questions regarding the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), complications with layoffs and furloughs, variances in state regulations, and uncertainty of return to work.


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