As employers transition to return to work and return to in-office work, there will be employees who will be fearful of a return to work due to the risk of contracting COVID-19 in the workplace. How do employers handle those requests?

The employee fears contracting COVID-19 but has no underlying special risk factors

For those

I previously reported on the Governor’s Responsible Restart Ohio plan to phase-in a re-opening of businesses that were closed or affected by COVID-19. Originally, the plan required masks or face coverings for employees, customers, guests, and others. That requirement was eliminated one day later. Yesterday, on April 29, 2020, it was added back in for

With the global spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), employers are scrambling to plan for the possible implications on the workplace. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Below are nine considerations for employers, for which each employer must determine what best fits its workforce and business. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has interim guidance for

Never fear. Some employees have no shame and will lie about anything–even a fake dying spouse.

As Newsweek reported last week, https://t.co/d9NpMTGiFS?amp=1, an executive at Ford Models allegedly made up a story about a dying husband in order to get released from her non-compete. She asked to go to Canada to care for her

You’ve had an employee blow a deadline or miss the mark on a project or presentation. But you’re avoiding providing feedback.

Key Tips for Delivering Feedback:

  1. Prompt but not “in the moment”
  2. Constructive and with intention
  3. Treat it as a conversation
  4. Focus on details
  5. Don’t Over-explain or sugarcoat it
  6. Provide action items

Prompt

Give the

Cannabidiol (known as “CBD”) is a compound naturally found in marijuana and hemp. For commercial use, it usually is extracted from hemp and combined with oil for vaporizing. It also can be found in creams and other products. It is being marketed as a treatment for pain, inflammation, anxiety, insomnia, epilepsy, and other illnesses.

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