Jon is a member of Wickens Herzer Panza’s Litigation Department and Employment and Labor practice group and serves on the Board of Directors. He focuses his practice on management-side labor and employment law, providing businesses proactive solutions to solve their workforce problems and reactive solutions when they find themselves litigating against an employee or group of employees. Mr. Hyman serves as outside in-house counsel for businesses. He is also the author of the renowned and award-winning Ohio Employer Law Blog (www.ohioemployerlawblog.com), which he updates daily.
Attorney at Wickens Herzer Panza in Avon, OH
On the firm’s Board of Directors, Litigation Department, and Employment and Labor practice team
Works as outside in-house employment counsel for businesses
Author of the award-winning Ohio Employer’s Law Blog
Resource for journalists, having appeared in newspapers, news websites, and television news programs
COVID-19 legal expert Jon Hyman will explain how employer policies are evolving to increase worker safety and decrease case rates. You will learn how to make informed decisions about imposing penalties on unvaccinated employees.
What You'll Learn
What is the status of vaccines, mandates, and incentives?
What exceptions must you consider for vaccination programs?
How do insurance premium surcharges and other penalties work?
What legal and practical roadblocks will you encounter when imposing penalties?
COVID-19 legal expert Jon Hyman will share practical policies you can use for remote employees. You will learn how to protect your entire workforce while considering new laws, regulations, and threats.
What You'll Learn
What are the current work-from-home trends?
What is the current legal landscape of vaccination and testing mandates?
What are the privacy concerns of vaccinating or testing remote employees?
How should you plan for employees who may occasionally be in the workplace?
What are the best COVID-19 mitigation measures for remote employees?
Does the OSHA emergency temporary standard cover remote employees?