RESCHEDULED! Membership Meeting (joint meeting with Lake Geauga chapter)
RESCHEDULED! - This Membership Meeting is a joint meeting with the Lake Geauga ChapterCan we accommodate employees working remotely indefinitely?
How can I manage employees effectively remotely?
Will employees expect a remote option to work due to the past year because of COVID-19? Will it affect our ability to attract and retain talent?
What kind of employment issues will arise in the new “normal” workplace?
What if an employee refuses to return to work because they say “I’m making enough on unemployment”?
What can we do to make employees feel safe or comfortable without everyone being fully vaccinated?
50 Shades of COVID-19 Gray in Post-Pandemic Workplaces; presented by Tony Fiore.
COVID-19 disrupted the typical day of a human resource professional. The last year will certainly change the workplace for many public and private employers forever. But, as workplaces begin to reopen and employees are asked to return to work several questions are swirling among the HR community.
During this session participants will learn about the practical answers to these questions as well as changes in local, state and federal laws and regulations to address them. If you have been faced with these questions and many more regarding what the new “normal” workplace with look like post COVID-19, you should attend this discussion. We will also discuss why elected officials need to HR professionals like you to help them understand how newly proposed laws and new workplace norms will affect their business, for better or worse.
We hope to see you on TUESDAY, June 29, 2021 via Zoom.
Questions about this workshop contact Karen Fagnilli at email@example.com. Please note, after 24 hours of the RSVP date cancellations/no shows will be invoiced, but you are welcome to send a substitute if you have reserved and are unable to attend.
Through his service as the government affairs director on the Ohio State Council of SHRM, Tony works closely with human resource management professionals across Ohio and in Washington, D.C. He is a demonstrated advocate with exceptional knowledge of local, state and federal laws and of national and international legal and business regulations. Fiore has been advising companies and associations of all sizes for more than 20 years, tackling the issues his clients encounter with thoughtful counsel on practical, political and legal considerations.
Fiore began building relationships as a member of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Affairs team for more than a decade before joining Columbus’s Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter in 2011 as an attorney and lobbyist. He has worked with local companies importing goods from foreign countries, foreign governments seeking business development and direct investment opportunities in Ohio, and entities seeking to do business abroad. Companies he serves range from small “mom-and-pop” shops to national trade associations and international corporations. He possesses a strong interest in helping companies expand their product and service offerings into the global marketplace, and has worked with businesses in several industries to identify the regulatory burdens of doing business outside the U.S.br>
Fiore is also the treasurer for Kegler Brown’s Political Action Committee (PAC) and manages the firm’s 50-state lobbying compliance practice area. This practice provides government affairs counsel and compliance services to companies advocating for prudent reforms to administrative and legislative changes across the U.S. with state, Washington D.C., or regionally based lobbyists. Fiore is also the senior editor for a national business association focused on unemployment and workers’ compensation based in Washington,
ACSHRM is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.