Boucher Law Offers Free Training Webinars to Tackle COVID-19 Issues in the Workplace
Boucher Law is honored to partner with CalGovHR, California's leading statewide organization representing over 10,000 public sector and nonprofit human resources professionals at the federal, state, and local government levels, to provide timely and relevant training on issues faced by HR professionals related to COVID-19 in the workplace. Titled the "Leading HR Through COVID-19" webinar series, each webinar session is intended to discuss rapidly evolving matters related to COVID-19 and practical strategies and pointers on how to manage and address these issues as HR professionals.
Our Founding Attorney, Christopher Boucher (see picture below), will be offering his insights on two initial topics as part of the webinar series:
- Implementing Union Meet-and-Confer Issues Due to COVID-19
- COVID-19 Pandemic Response - Handling Potential Workplace Exposure Issues & Questions to Ask
These webinars are made available at no cost to our firm's public sector and nonprofit clients through our collaboration with CalGovHR, and in supporting the organization's over three decades of commitment in providing exceptional leadership to the HR community. Our firm's clients may access these free webinar training sessions (as well as other relevant topics taught by other leading attorneys and industry experts) by clicking here.
As we are working hard to continue coming up with timely and relevant single-topic webinars to help our clients stay up-to-speed on everything COVID-19 related, we'd love your continued input and feedback on future topics. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll do our best to incorporate your ideas for future webinars related to COVID-19. It truly remains our privilege and honor supporting all of our clients (whom we consider as part of the Boucher Law family) during these unprecedented times, and we are humbled to serve as your partner as we continue to navigate through this pandemic together!
Shown Above: Christopher in the "Recording Studio" while sheltering at place.