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Managing Human Resources During the Pandemic

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In their role as employers, physicians may be dealing with many challenges arising from the COVID-19 crisis. To support our member practices, CAP presents, Managing Human Resources During the Pandemic, a free webinar featuring guest speakers Nancy Brusegaard Johnson, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Operations, and Alexis D. James, Managing Partner of Workwise Law, PC.

This webinar will address the following common concerns that our member practices are experiencing:

  • The need to downsize staff or reduce hours due to decreased patient visits
  • Employees who become sick or are caring for sick family members
  • Employees who are unable to come to the office due to childcare needs
  • Employees who are afraid to return to work
  • Understanding the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA)
  • Maximizing Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan expenditures for forgiveness
The discussion will be followed by audience Q&A. This webinar will be recorded and shared with registrants who are unable to attend the live event. Space is limited, so register today!


  • Nancy Brusegaard Johnson, Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Operations, CAP

    With more than 30 years of experience as a human resources professional, Nancy Brusegaard Johnson is Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Operations at the Cooperative of American Physicians, Inc. Ms. Brusegaard Johnson oversees CAP’s hiring, benefits, employee relations, compensation, and payroll, and consults with CAP member physicians to assist them with human resources-related issues.

  • Alexis D. James, Managing Partner, WorkWise Law, PC

    Alexis has practiced employment law in California for more than eighteen years, having worked on both sides of the employment law equation. She earned her bachelor’s degree in public policy at Duke University and completed law school with honors at Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College. In her litigation practice, Alexis has successfully assisted in taking discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination cases through arbitration and trial; and has been known by her peers to be a voice of reason in contentious situations.

    In her practice, Alexis conducts comprehensive internal audits, drafts policies and procedures, coaches employers through disciplinary and termination issues, performs employee trainings and investigations, and represents employers in state and federal courts, and before administrative agencies.

    Having represented employees suing companies for more than ten years, she brings a unique understanding of how to communicate personnel decisions in a manner that will be better received and more easily adapted.

May 14, 2020
Thu 12:00 PM PDT

Duration 1H 0M

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