Remote Workers Reluctant to Return to the Workplace
There’s a reluctance among workers to give up location flexible work after the pandemic. According to a survey conducted by YouGov earlier this year, 80 percent of Americans who started working from home during the pandemic want to continue doing so at least half the time when the pandemic is over. While 24 percent of…Read More
What is an employer to do in order to protect against litigation?
As workers are encouraged to return to the office, employers are walking a tightrope fraught with liability and risk. In fact, big insurers like Chubb, AIG and Travelers are bracing for an onslaught of claims related to employment and labor lawsuits as workers head back to the office. As employers continue to grapple with the…Read More
EPLI Insurance and Employee Benefits in the Age of the Coronavirus
In a series of alerts, Michelman & Robinson will address the many issues facing employers once they begin to restart on-site operations as the coronavirus crisis eases and in what is to be the new normal. This installment focuses on the insurance issues employers need to be thinking about as they navigate the pandemic. The current…Read More