60 min. Tuesday September 1st | 10am PT / 12pm CT
Approved for 1.0 certification hour through 10/31/2020
Employer Considerations and Risk in Returning to the Workplace: Q&A with the Experts
Join us for a discussion about returning to the workplace. As businesses are preparing for this transition, there are a lot of questions top of mind regarding employee safety and engagement, employer liability, and risk management. We'll address topics like:
- General workplace safety precautions
- Navigating the legal risk of return
- Considering screening measures for employees returning to work
- How to think about special circumstances
Tune into Ascentis' own VP of HR, Jennifer Ho, and David Waytz, Employment & Labor Attorney at Fredrikson & Byron, as they bring some clarity to situations facing HR professionals daily.
Jennifer Ho joined Ascentis as VP of HR in 2018. She is a human resources leader with more than 10 years experience developing and growing multi-faceted human resource strategies.
Prior to Ascentis, Jennifer led human resources departments for several high growth technology businesses, and has a wealth of experience in talent acquisition, training and development, compensation and benefits, and process improvement.
David Waytz is a skilled advice lawyer and litigator who counsels employers on tough employment issues and works with businesses to prevent trade secret theft and unfair competition.
Prior to joining Fredrikson & Byron’s Employment and Labor Group, David worked in Washington, D.C., as a national security analyst. Before litigation begins, David leverages his security background and works with employers to develop the policies and techniques necessary to identify threats and prevent trade secret theft and unfair competition. David also helps employers manage risk and works to ensure that his clients stay on top of the rapidly changing employment law landscape.
As a litigator, David handles non-complete and trade secret cases, as well as discrimination, whistleblower, and wage and hour lawsuits.
David is a Minnesota native and proud product of the Minneapolis Public Schools.
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