Do any teachers not want to return yet? Learn how to address employees who refuse.
Schools across the country are reopening as:
- Vaccines become more available.
- Educators observe the increasingly detrimental impact of distance learning on students.
- Enthusiasm from families and government officials to get children back into classrooms grows.
Nevertheless, some teachers and other staff members may refuse to return. They might worry about potential exposure to the coronavirus, have persistent health conditions, care for high-risk family members, or just not feel safe.
You need to understand what actions the laws allow, require, and prohibit when responding to employees who refuse to return. Balancing the needs of your students and the concerns of your staff requires wise decisions and extreme caution to avoid liability.
- What should your action plan for returning to classrooms and offices address?
- How can you educate employees to minimize the risk of exposure?
- What laws apply to school employees who refuse to return to work?
- May you obtain employee health information from medical professionals?
- What accommodations should you provide to employees with health concerns?
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