Leveraging Telework and Remote Work as Federal Employees Return to the Physical Workplace
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Join us on August 24th at 1pm CT for a conversation on the complexities and rules around Federal employees returning to the physical workplace.
This Practical Law webinar will feature two of our esteemed attorney-editors Gay Chase – Senior Legal Editor, Labor and Employment & Kate Bally – Director, Practical Law - Labor & Employment.
The discussion will cover:
- Required workplace health and safety protocols based on Safer Federal Workforce Guidance
- Agency plans for entry and post-reentry based on Office of Personnel Management (OPM) guidance
- Expanding hybrid and remote work arrangements for agency employees
Busy at this time? Register anyway! We’ll send you a copy of the webinar recording to watch at your leisure after the event has aired.
Senior Legal Editor, Labor and Employment
Gay F. Chase joined Practical Law from the United States Merit Systems Protection Board, where she served as an Administrative Judge adjudicating federal employment cases. Previously she was an Assistant General Counsel for the United States General Services Administration specializing in federal labor and employment litigation. Before that she served as a Labor Attorney for the United States Department of Labor, Office of the Solicitor
Director, Practical Law - Labor & Employment
Kate Bally joined Practical Law in 2009 from Littler Mendelson P.C., where her practice focused labor & employment advice and counsel as well as litigation. Previously she was also an associate at Day Pitney LLP in the labor & employment practice group and a law clerk to the Honorable Stefan R. Underhill, U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut. Kate now serves as Director of Practical Law's Labor & Employment Service. She also serves multiple leadership roles within the American Bar Association, including on the TIPS Employment and Labor Law General Committee and TortSource Editorial Board Standing Committee.