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Opening the Doors Return-to-Workplace Considerations During COVID-19, Part Four Accommodating Special Circumstances

April 22, 2020, Covington Alert

Whether a company is an essential business or is expecting to reopen in the coming weeks, a number of challenges must be addressed in order to provide a safe environment in which employees can work, while at the same time mitigating risk and restoring operations. Generally speaking, employees can be required to come to the workplace, but this general rule must be considered against the backdrop of an unprecedented national health crisis that gives rise to a novel legal landscape. This four-part series examines the most challenging issues faced by employers who are planning to reopen or continue productive operations.

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