Remote Work and Vaccinations – The New Business Realities

Remote Work and Vaccinations – The New Business Realities


Remote work is here to stay. As the post-pandemic workplace evolves, the need for clear, non-discriminatory remote work policies is key for continuing success in the re-emerging economy. As recent events have shown, working remotely can be just as much a challenge for employees to navigate as it is for those on a supervisory level. Making an amendment to an employee handbook can make expectations clear for employees and leads to less business interruption and more efficiency.

Vaccination policies are also here to stay. These policies can be either mandatory or voluntary. Either approach can raise issues for employees. For example, some employees feel strongly that their employers should mandate vaccines before returning employees to the workplace to protect everyone's health and safety. Alternatively, other employees may think that a mandatory policy, or even requests to determine vaccination status, are an invasion of their privacy.

Join TRICOM and Curtin & Heefner for our November Industry Insider webinar series as Tim Szuhaj explores the importance and details of these critical new policies.

About the presenter:

Timothy J. Szuhaj is a partner in the firm and serves as the chair of the Staffing, Recruiting and Workforce team. As part of this team, Tim counsels staffing industry clients with respect to growth strategies, succession planning, mergers and acquisitions, compensation strategies, plans and policies, risk management and indemnity issues, operational issues, goodwill protection and competition issues and, the structure and content of client and business-critical contracts. Tim is a frequent contributor to legal and business publications and lectures across the country on emerging issues impacting the staffing industry.

Tim is a member of the American Staffing Association. He serves as an industry partner of the Affiliated Staffing Group, as a Mentor to Talent Tech Labs community companies, and as President emeritus of the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education Board of Trustees. 

About Curtin & Heefner LLP:

The attorneys in the Staffing, Recruiting and Workforce practice group of Curtin & Heefner LLP provide legal advice and representation focused on the distinct concerns of staffing industry clients throughout the United States and beyond. Their attorneys are experienced in servicing the needs of staffing industry clients ranging from smaller, highly specialized firms to larger, publicly traded staffing companies serving numerous market sectors, including: light industrial, professional services (legal, accounting and finance), IT, healthcare, engineering and commercial.

Their lawyers counsel staffing company executives and management with respect to major strategic and operational matters impacting their businesses, including addressing emerging legal and business issues. They are dedicated to understanding and advising the staffing industry and delivering tangible benefits to their clients and the staffing industry.


As an administrative and financial solutions provider to the staffing and consulting industry, it is our philosophy to be an active member in the staffing industry by staying abreast of the ever-changing market place. For that reason, TRICOM was pleased to launch the Industry Insider webinar series designed to share our expert knowledge and resources with our fellow staffing industry colleagues. One of our core values is to build relationships and become a leading resource to staffing and consulting firms nationwide.