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Archives for June 1, 2021
How important are press conferences in the game of tennis? Apparently extremely important, according to all four of the associations, including the USTA, that run the four the Grand Slam events at Roland-Garros, Wimbledon, Melbourne Park, and the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
More companies will likely turn to rewards to encourage inoculation, experts predict.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is now allowing private companies to require COVID-19 vaccines for most in-person employees.
One law professor says violations by employers should carry ‘the real threat of imprisonment.’
Corporate America is reopening its offices as the COVID-19 pandemic wanes.
Some Houston Methodist employees are taking the hospital to court over its requirement that all workers get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Maryland legislation requiring creation of Covid-19 workplace safety rules will become law without the signature of Gov. Larry Hogan (R), but the extent of its impact depends partly on how long the governor’s state of emergency declaration remains in place.
In his Employment Law column, Nicholas Pappas discusses applicable agency guidance, along with federal and state laws that employers should consider when enacting a COVID-19 vaccination policy. He identifies several practical issues that employers should consider in determining whether and how to mandate that employees be vaccinated before returning to the workplace.
For many Americans, this Memorial Day was the first time in over a year that we were able to gather together with friends and family without fear of catching Covid-19.
Diversity and inclusion is the most sought-after business imperative today. During World War II, when there was an acute shortage in the workforce with men being on the military forefront, it opened up avenues for the entry of women into the labor spectrum at large.
The Biden administration scrapped a signature Trump-era regulation that would have simplified the test for classifying workers as independent contractors. CDF Labor Law’s Nancy Lubrano and Adelyn Vigran examine how gig workers and their employers will be impacted by the roll back, which restores the multi-factor test for employee status.
On May 28, 2021, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) updated its guidance as it relates to federal equal employment opportunity laws and COVID-19 vaccinations. The EEOC provides this guidance as it applies to the Americans with Disabilities Act
The National Labor Relations Board, by a vote of 2-1, recently reversed an administrative law judge (ALJ) in finding that a hospital did not violate the National Labor Relations Act (the Act) by failing and refusing to bargain in good faith with the union. District Hospital Partners, L.P., 370