Norah Perez’s children had been going to day care since they were four months old. That came to an abrupt end this spring when the coronavirus hit and their day care closed.
Archives for November 19, 2020
A survey sheds light on why many companies aren’t testing workers. There is also “confusion and uncertainty as to how tests work,” a researcher said.
Observers of older workers’ economic conditions in the United States quickly encounter a paradox.
One key policy imperative in response to the aging of the U.S. population is to increase employment among older workers.
Our manager is so incompetent he creates more work for his team, but his boss says she can’t do anything.
As many as a third of remote workers who move to a cheaper place to live during the pandemic could end up getting a pay cut that offsets any savings, Willis Towers Watson found in a survey released Thursday.
Employers issue a flurry of warnings urging staffers to limit gatherings, while some ask for signed pledges to behave safely over the holiday
A six-member board overseeing the safety of California’s workplaces on Thursday will consider imposing new rules intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus, which has been surging across the state.
Among the predictions: Tools to make it easier to work from home, new ways to measure performance and more virtual reality
As state officials and lawmakers urged the shutdown of a Tyson Foods pork-processing plant in Iowa, managers at the plant reportedly placed bets on how many would end up getting sick.
If Congress doesn’t compromise and pass another relief bill, a new study finds a staggering number of Americans will lose a critical financial lifeline as the pandemic worsens.
Five common traps and how to avoid them.
As previously reported, on October 2, 2020, the Michigan Supreme Court invalidated post-April 30, 2020 Executive Orders that Governor Whitmer issued related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The opinion can be found here. As a result, a patchwork of laws and agency orders have stepped in to cover the gaps left
Franczek P.C. has had the pleasure of hosting three Downers Grove South High School students in November. The interns are interested in pursuing a legal career and spoke with firm representatives about the ins and outs of being an attorney […]
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On November 10, 2020, the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) issued an Agency Instruction creating a state emphasis program (SEP) to help ensure office workers are protected from COVID-19. The stated intent of the SEP is to increase MIOSHA’s presence in office work environments to evaluate whether