Bringing Employees Back to Work Webinar

Many employers are beginning to prepare for re-starting normal work operations.
Join employment law experts for a discussion of issues employers may encounter as they bring employees back into the workplace or recall employees from layoff or furlough and strategies to minimize risk in the process.
Session will allow for chat Q&A.


Friday, May 29, 2020
From 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM CDT

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Moderator: Tawana Muhammad, HR Consultant, Certified SCORE Mentor
 Tawana began her career in Supply Chain Management within the manufacturing
  industry. Years later she transitioned into Human Resources with her final role in
  the energy sector supporting 14 countries. Tawana has been responsible for
  strategy development, talent acquisition, talent management, employee relations,
  performance management and benefits.Tawana currently owns and operates TM
  B2B - A full service HR Consulting Company. 

Presenter: Modinat ‘Abby’ Kotun, Associate in Reed Smith's Labor and Employment Group.

  Abby is board certified in labor and employment law and represents clients in a
  wide variety of labor and employment matters, including general employment
  counseling; defense of discrimination charges and lawsuits; trade secret,
  unfair competition, and wage and hour litigation. She has experience
  representing employers before the Equal Opportunity Employment
  Commission (EEOC). Before starting her legal career, Abby formerly worked
  for a major energy company as a process engineer, pipeline project manager,
  and business analyst. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of
  Houston Law Center. 

Presenter: Athill Muhammad, Attorney and Counselor
  Was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He earned a BA Degree in 

  Political Science from
  Lincoln University, the premier Historically Black College,
  in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Athill then entered the graduate program at the
  University  of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC, in the discipline of Urban 
  Policy. Athill’s lifelong dream was to become an attorney, and in  December 2001,
  proudly earned the Doctorate of Juris Prudence from Texas  Southern University’s     Thurgood Marshall School of Law. Since  licensing, he has devoted his law practice in the endeavors of  Discrimination, Civil Rights, and the representation of persons accused  of crimes. Athill is licensed in the State of Texas and in the Federal Court  system.  He has tried and been involved in litigation involving Federal  death penalty cases, police misconduct and civil rights violations,  discrimination, and represented persons across the State of Texas.