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Alternative Work Arrangements during COVID-19: Furloughs, Reduced Schedules, and Reduced Pay [PODCAST]

With the unknown duration of the coronavirus pandemic, in this podcast we will explore temporary and reversible measures like furloughs and reduced schedules to scale back on payroll while maintaining a connection with our employees whose help will be critical to restarting normal business operations as we reopen our states and the economy.

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Nonnie Shivers, Ogletree Deakins Law Firm, Employment Litigation Attorney
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Nonnie partners with employers and managers in three primary ways: litigation avoidance through proactive counseling and training; investigations and resolutions when pre-litigation concerns arise; and litigating legally complex and factually challenging cases to defend employer’s actions.  

Nonnie advises and counsels private and public employers in all aspects of employment law. Nonnie regularly partners with clients to plan and implement reductions in force, severance plans and agreements, and pre-litigation disciplinary matters. Nonnie...

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R. Lance Witcher, Ogletree Deakins Law Firm, St. Louis, Labor and Employment Litigation Attorney
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Lance Witcher has represented employers in a wide range of employment-related litigation in both state and federal court. In addition to representing companies against private litigants in class and single plaintiff cases, Lance regularly litigates against the EEOC and the U.S. Department of Labor. While Lance concentrates his practice primarily in litigation, he regularly provides proactive HR counseling to avoid or reduce the risks associated with employment-related litigation. Additionally, Lance regularly handles matters before OSHA and the Mine Safety Health Administration, and has tried numerous cases before the Occupational and Mine Safety and Health Review Commissions. Lance has appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court, Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and the Missouri Court of Appeals, and has obtained favorable results for numerous employers before the EEOC, the Missouri Commission on Human Rights, other state and local Fair Employment Practice agencies, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the National Labor Relations Board.

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