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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many community health centers (CHCs) repurposed their staff and/or incorporated modified workflows that have limited healthcare services provided. However, as California transitions through Governor Newsom's reopening strategy, CHCs who reinstate former employees or expand their workflow models should verify their policy and procedures comply with state and federal labor guidance. In collaboration with Treaver Hodson from Palmer Kazanjian Attorneys, this webinar will provide updates on the intersections between federal and California paid leave requirements, share how CHCs can prepare for recalling furloughed and laid off staff, and highlight best practices that comply with medical privacy laws and COVID-19 mitigation guidance.
- Understand California specific labor laws and executive orders that modify paid leave requirements and employee protections;
- Understand legal considerations for reinstating previously employed or furloughed staff; and,
- Learn which medical examination procedures comply with California and Federal Medical Privacy laws.
Treaver Hodson, Esq, Partner, Palmer Kazanjian Wohl Hodson, LLP
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