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December 15, 2021

Barclay Damon Live: Labor & Employment Podcast—"Welcome to the Labor & Employment Podcast"

Introducing the Labor & Employment Podcast, with host Ari Kwiatkowski. In this brief intro, meet host Ari Kwiatkowski of Barclay Damon, and hear her briefly describe the format of this exciting new Barclay Damon Live podcast. With weekly episodes, each new segment will explore topics covering labor and employment matters, with a keen eye on ever-evolving legal changes of importance to all types and sizes of employers. The first segment, with four or five episodes, addresses the topic on everyone’s mind right now, COVID-19, and how the ongoing pandemic is affecting workplace issues, including paid sick leave, vaccination leave and mandates, as well as workplace safety and compliance issues. The podcast will feature guests and also share Ari’s knowledge and insights. Other topics will include the hiring process, workplace policies and employee handbooks, employment discrimination, investigations, and lawsuits, Department of Labor issues, employment contracts, separation agreements, and restrictive covenant litigation; the podcast will give all employers, including those with unionized workforces, the tools to understand the developing laws that govern the relationships between employers and employees.

DISCLAIMER:

This material is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or a legal opinion, and no attorney-client relationship has been established or implied. Thanks for listening.

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