Should employees and customers sign waivers? Protect your organization from COVID-19 liability claims.
COVID-19 constitutes a real risk to your employees, customers, vendors, and other parties. You need to consider ways to shield your organization from liability claims, such as:
- State worker’s compensation benefits
- Exclusive remedy provisions
- Customer waivers
- Employee waivers
- COVID-19 terms in vendor contracts
Regardless of the notices you publish or waivers you require, your organization must adhere to safety obligations. Combining required procedures with appropriate documentation will enable you to reduce your organization’s liability for COVID-19 exposure.
- What does worker’s compensation cover?
- Why can’t employee waivers supersede and employer’s safety obligations?
- How can notices and acknowledgments be more effective than waivers?
- What should waivers, notices, and acknowledgments include?
- What are 12 ways that trying to limit liability can backfire?
- What do managers need to know to reduce liability?
- Are waivers for your employees, customers, and contractors a good idea?
- What should you do if parties refuse to sign waivers?
- What are “assumptions of risk” notices?
HRWebAdvisor Quality Commitment
HRWebAdvisor, a division of CareerLearning, wants you to be satisfied with your webinar. If this webinar does not meet your expectations, email us at [email protected].