Part 1: Challenging Times: Navigating the New Normal with COVID-19 & Your Workplace - Zachary T. Courtemanche, B.A., J.D.
Discussion may include, but not limited to:
- Right to refuse to work
- Temporary change in duties
- Terminations, layoffs, reduced work weeks, not recalling seasonal employees, terminating people on leave
- Leaves of absence (sick leave, family leave)
- Including any requirements to accommodate those with children and working from home or choosing not to send their kids to school
- Legal implications for asking employees to stay home for 14 days if they have COVID-19 symptoms.
- Case Law Review and Comment
Part 2: Morningstar and the Right to Sue for Mental Distress Damages: Employees may get a Rude Awakening - Michel R. Carré
A look at the legislative changes and a case law review of how those changes impact an employee’s ability to bring a civil suit against their employer for instances of alleged chronic mental stress and/or mental stress injuries sustained at the workplace. The main case is Morningstar v. Hospitality Fallsview Holdings Inc.
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