The Employer’s Playbook Webinar Series

“The Employer’s Playbook to COVID-19,” is a video series led by Employment Law Shareholder Jamie Dokovna. Each episode, Jamie answers employers questions on best practices for handling specific situations in the workplace.

In episode 3 of the Employer’s Playbook, Shareholder Jamie Dokovna discusses if an employee that’s taking leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act(FFCRA) be entitled to additional time, other than the 12 weeks allotted by the Family and Medical Leave act?
Aired 6/22/2020
In episode 2 of the Employer’s Playbook, Shareholder Jamie Dokovna discusses how imperative it is to create procedures and protocols to keep employees safe upon their return. Jamie explores the types of questions employers should be asking themselves prior to reopening to ensure that their office spaces meet guidelines issued by the CDC..
Aired 6/18/2020
Becker is thrilled to introduce “The Employer’s Playbook to COVID-19,” a video series led by Employment Law Shareholder Jamie Dokovna. Each episode, Jamie answers employers questions on how best to handle certain situations in the workplace. In this episode, Jamie explores what to do if an employee has a temperature. Don’t miss out on the answer to this and other employment questions!
Aired 6/5/2020

Jamie Dokovna
Shareholder, Becker
 

Jamie Dokovna focuses her practice on business litigation, with an emphasis on employment law and commercial matters as well as condominium and homeowner association law. Jamie has extensive experience representing employers in various aspects of employment law and litigation, including litigating claims for wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, covenants not to compete, claims brought under Title VII, claims brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), including claims brought under Title III of the ADA where business owners are often sued for alleged non-compliant properties, the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA), Florida Civil Rights Act (FCRA), claims brought under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) for overtime and other wage violations, and claims based on housing discrimination.

 
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