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Coronavirus And The Workplace: What You Should Know About Your Rights

A closed signed at the Sweet Things Frozen Yogurt store at the Hilton Bayfron...

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Above: A closed signed at the Sweet Things Frozen Yogurt store at the Hilton Bayfront in downtown San Diego on March 14, 2020, because of the coronavirus crisis.

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Dan Eaton, an employment law attorney and partner at Seltzer, Caplan, McMahon and Vitek, joined Midday Edition on Tuesday to discuss the rights and responsibilities of employees and their employers.

Aired: March 17, 2020 | Transcript

Some San Diego businesses have shut down because of coronavirus restrictions, but many more are scrambling to stay in business and provide needed services by allowing employees to work from home.

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But employees and their employers still have rights and responsibilities, even during a pandemic.

Dan Eaton, an employment law attorney and partner at Seltzer, Caplan, McMahon and Vitek, joined Midday Edition on Tuesday to discuss what workers should know amid the coronavirus outbreak — from sick leave to working from home.

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