May 13, 2021
It’s been over an year of working remotely during the pandemic and now you may be close to inviting staff back into the newsroom, ad department and other vital areas of your news company. What should you be thinking about?
Listen, talk and learn! This webinar will feature legal tips as well as an opportunity for a roundtable discussion with your colleagues around the state.
Vincent Candiello, Esq., a member at Cozen O’Connor, Harrisburg, will discuss legal liabilities and potential challenges as well as best practices for an effective return. What will the new normal look like? Safety and well-being are of utmost concern. But, how? What can you require or not dictate as far as masks, distancing, vaccines, illness, etc. Ensure that you are prepared and not putting yourself, your company and your valued staff at risk.
Candiello’s presentation will be followed by a moderated opportunity for participants to share ideas, suggestions, plans and questions from their own offices. Cate Barron, president of PA Media Group, will lead the discussion. We encourage all attendees to participate in this open discussion.
This 60-minute webinar is scheduled to begin promptly at 11 a.m., eastern time.
Registrants must have both a computer and audio/phone in order to participate.
There is no cost for PNA members. Non-member fee: $20.
To register, complete the form below or email the PNA Foundation. A confirmation with log in instructions will be sent to each registrant one or two days prior to the session.
This valuable PNA Foundation training is provided at no charge.
Please consider a tax-deductible donation to the PNA Foundation in support of sessions like this one that help the PA news industry.
Vincent Candiello, Esq., concentrates his practice on the representation of management in labor and employment law. He has substantial experience with employers in service, construction, healthcare, education and manufacturing of all types. His experience involves representing employers in both traditional labor relations and employment litigation. Candiello has handled cases involving race; gender; national origin; disability; age discrimination; harassment; retaliation; Family and Medical Leave Act; wage and hour; wrongful discharge; defamation; breach of contract; whistleblowing and wiretapping claims. He has been on the governing council of the Labor and Employment Law Section of the Pennsylvania Bar Association since 1990, and has been its Chair on two occasions. Candiello earned his undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University and his law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Detroit Mercy. He has also served as an adjunct Professor for Saint Francis University teaching labor and employment law for over 20 years in its Master’s Level curriculum for Human Resource Professionals.