COVID-19 has kept employers and Human Resources personnel on their toes, forcing them to navigate additional challenges related to employees and an ever-changing legal landscape related to the pandemic. But employee issues related to COVID-19 are not the only things that should be on the minds of employers and their HR teams. In the last few months, the Iowa Supreme Court has issued several opinions related to employment law. While some of the opinions may be narrow, others have far-reaching implications about which employers and HR professionals should be aware. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of the following:
- Iowa’s ban on vaccine passports
- OSHA’s latest regulations for health care employers
- ABI v. The City of Waterloo (the Iowa Supreme Court’s opinion regarding the City’s “ban the box” ordinance)
- Rumsey v. Woodgrain Millwork, Inc. (how Iowa employers should respond to employee requests for disability-related accommodations)
- Dix v. Casey’s General Stores, Inc. and Woods v. Charles Gabus Ford, Inc. (clarification of compliance with Iowa’s employer drug testing law)
- Godfrey v. Branstad (further developments regarding workplace discrimination and retaliation claims under the Iowa Civil Rights Act).
Katie Ervin Carlson, Senior Attorney, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
William J. Miller, Partner, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
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**NOTE: Watching this recording does not allow the user to obtain CLE, CPD, CPE or HR credits.