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The Partnership works to make Houston the world's best place to live, work and build a business through our economic development and public policy work, along with a regional leadership role--convening key stakeholders on issues that matter most in the region.
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For those looking for networking and business development, the Partnership offers special events, Business Resource Groups and Councils designed to provide access to Houston's business leaders as well as information you can use to help grow your business.
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Reopening businesses and getting employees back to work during these challenging and unprecedented times will require employers to grapple with unique practical and legal challenges. In this business-critical webinar, Steve Shardonofsky, Partner, Seyfarth Shaw LLP,Â will cover practical compliance tips to consider and new legal risks to watch out for as businesses reopen and adjust to the ever-changing landscape of labor/employment laws during the ongoing pandemic. Key topics will include: Avoiding liability when deciding which employees to recall from furlough or layoff Minimizing potential liability from employees exposed to COVID-19, what to do if you suspect a potential exposure at work Health screenings for returning workers and how to manage employees who refuse to return Avoiding potential wage-hour risks from reopening and changed operations.Â This event is exclusive to Partnership members. Your registration through Zoom will be approved by Partnership staff after confirming your organization's membership status. When your registration has been approved, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.*Â *Utilizing a Zoom account and logging in through your computer is recommended, but a dial-in number will also be available.Â This link and password will beÂ unique to you and cannot be forwarded.Â Â Registration will close when capacity is reached or by 8:00 AM on Thursday, June 4. All attendees must register in advance.