Healthcare organizations have seen major changes to the law recently, and 2023 has been no exception. This program will discuss the key employment law changes affecting the healthcare sector, along with practical suggestions for employers seeking to manage these new obligations.
The topics will include:
Managing new and upcoming safety obligations, including the DHS’s proposed staff mandate and developments in safety inspections.
The rise of unions representing doctors, and other labor union developments affecting both union and non-union employers.
Strategies for non-competes in light of the FTC’s proposed ban, recent state law changes and new standards at the NLRB.
How organizations can (and should) continue to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in light of SFFA v. Harvard and recent legal challenges.
Managing new obligations concerning leave and job accommodations for nurses, staff, and other workers.
Practical insights for addressing return-to-work efforts and remote work considerations.
New authority affecting Anti-Kickback compliance.
Sharing their insights and perspectives will be Carmen J. Cole and William J. Kishman from our Labor & Employment Practice Group.
This program is pending CLE in AZ, CA, CT, FL, NJ, NY and OH for 1.0 general hour. If you require another jurisdiction, please contact Robin Hallagan, the Legal Training Manager.