Battling the Pandemic: The Impact of Vaccines on Apartment Employees

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Wednesday, February 24, 2021
12:00 AM - 1:00 AM (EST)

Event Details

COVID-related safety efforts in the rental housing industry continue to pose a variety of challenges for employers, and the COVID-19 vaccine rollout means that the rental housing industry will have decisions to make regarding their approach to vaccine policies.

Building a compliant vaccination program is a complex undertaking involving myriad legal risks and pitfalls. This webinar will cover the specifics you need to understand, including considerations related to employment law and employee benefits regulations.

Our expert presenter will answer important questions, including:

  • Can employers require their employees to get vaccinated?
  • What are the options for administering vaccines?
  • Will a vaccinated workforce be a safer workforce?

Attendees will be able to submit questions during the registration process for the live Q&A portion of the webinar.

About the speaker

Carrie Cherveny, Esq.

Carrie Cherveny is the Senior Vice President of Strategic Client Solutions in HUB’s Risk Services Division. Cherveny has 20 years of combined experience in employee relations, human resources, employment law litigation and employee benefits legal guidance. She works closely with clients to identify compliance risks across the organization and develop responsive strategies and solutions that ensure compliance and further the overall organization goals. Cherveny also partners with HUB clients in various industries such as hospitality/restaurant, medical/hospitals, manufacturing and white-collar businesses to identify various organizational risks and develop responsive strategic solutions.

While working previously as a Partner in a West Palm Beach employment law firm, Cherveny focused her practice on employment litigation and employee relations in both state and federal courts. She has represented private sector employers in litigation under Title VII, the ADA, the ADEA, the FLSA, the FMLA, the Florida Civil Rights Act and the Florida Whistleblowers’ Acts.