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Manufacturing Council Hosts: Employer Liability Protection

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Cheryl Ciccarelli

May 28, 2020

The Manufacturing Council hosted a virtual meeting for all local employers, especially in the manufacturing sector, who are concerned about facility safety standards and employee safety in an ever-changing business and regulatory climate.

The event was presented by Bond, Schoeneck and King, PLLC, and focused on protecting the future of your company while meeting governmental regulations and safety protocols.

Watch the presentation below to get detailed insight on:

  • Phased reopening requirements and compliance with New York State’s interim safety guidance.
  • COVID-19’s impact on state and federal paid sick leave.
  • Protection from third-party and employee liability.
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Bank on Buffalo
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