TAMPA, FL – April 17, 2020 – Labor and employment attorney Gregory A. Hearing, shareholder in GrayRobinson’s Tampa law firm office, was mentioned in the Credit Union Journal article, “Can Credit Unions Protect 'Essential' Staff From the Coronavirus?” The article discusses how credit unions across the country have taken steps to limit branch access and reduce exposure for staff and members, but front-line employees at several have been diagnosed with the virus. “Credit unions have a responsibility to warn workers if an employee becomes sick with the coronavirus,” said Hearing. He adds that it is best not to use that employee’s name in any correspondence. Read the full article here.