Health Care attorney, Daniel Schulte, answers recent questions related to the coronavirus crisis. The Q&A can be found in the Journal of The Michigan Dental Association (June 2020)
Question: I suspect that many of my employees are going to be hesitant to come back to work due to the fear of infection. If I ask an employee to return to work and he or she refuses, what can I do?
Employees who refuse to return to work when recalled are subject to discipline, up to and including termination.
Read the complete Q&A in the Journal of the Michigan Dental Association on page 20.
About the author:
Daniel Schulte has more than 25 years of experience helping clients solve tough problems and capitalize on opportunities that require a blend of business and legal expertise. His practice focuses on addressing the legal, business, licensing, and regulatory challenges of health care professionals, organizations, and facilities. Dan understands how legal issues impact business objectives and, as a result, offers his clients practical, results-oriented advice. He is a Certified Public Accountant, former managing partner and current executive committee member of the firm. Dan also serves as co-chair of the firm’s Health Care Practice Group.
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