Scarlett L. Freeman, Senior Attorney, and Vidaur Durazo, Associate, will co-present, "Returning to the Workplace: Legal Do’s and Don’ts for Nonprofits," a live webinar hosted by Inland Empire Community Collaborative (IECC).

Nonprofits are as varied as the communities we work with, so there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to in-person workplaces. Many nonprofits providing essential services have been working in-person, or in a hybrid situation, throughout the pandemic. Others have staff furloughed or working remotely until it’s safe to return. And everyone is wondering how the changes of the past year and a half will impact how we move forward.

COVID-19 restrictions and mandates have shifted a lot over the past 15 months, and now that we’re emerging from the “shelter in place” restrictions, there are workplace considerations for all nonprofits.

Learning Objectives:

  • Best practices for returning to work
  • Risk mitigation to help keep employees safe
  • Physical workplace modifications and behavioral changes
  • Considerations for COVID-19 screening, vaccinations, and symptomatic employees
  • Confidentiality considerations for protected health information
  • Strategies for holding in-person events

For more information, please visit

Event Detail

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET
Webinar (PT)
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