Two upcoming HR webinars to help businesses navigate employee-related issues

July 27, 2020

This Friday, local public health departments are partnering with HR experts to discuss how employers can best handle staffing related issues during COVID-19. Topics include employee testing, what to do if you have a sick employee and recent state and federal changes to paid sick leave.

While there are two different programs, each in a different county, the HR-related content will be similar between the two webinars. Both will provide value to business owners and managers, answering many of your COVID-related questions. These webinars are recommended to all RFV businesses. Details below.

Friday, July 31 | 11-11:45 a.m. | Garfield County employers

Navigating HR during COVID and what businesses need to know about the latest public health orders

COVID HR GarCo webinar flyer
Webinar topics will include:
  • A step-by-step process for what a business should do if an employee shows COVID symptoms, where to obtain testing, and when they can return to work.
  • Overview of Senate Bill 205; Sick Leave for Employers
  • Navigating the Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employee Paid Leave Rights
  • Statewide mask ordinance FAQ’s
  • Current Public Health Orders and an overview of what those mean for Garfield County Businesses
Presented in partnership with Carbondale Chamber of Commerce, New Castle Chamber of Commerce, Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association, and Western Garfield County Chamber of Commerce
 

Friday, July 31 | 1-2 p.m. | Eagle County employers

COVID HR EagleCo webinar flyer

Eagle County Employers – Please join us for an update from Eagle County Public Health & Environment Director Heath Harmon and Employers Council Attorney, Dean Harris regarding disease prevention, testing protocols, safety and a review of the new Healthy Families and Workplace Act of Colorado (HFWA). Hollis Dempsey, Eagle County Government HR Director will also be sharing a toolkit for all employers to use. Don’t miss this chance to have our Public Health Director & Employers Council Attorney together at the same time to ask questions.