Federal contractors are being contacted by their contracting agencies about implementing requirements relating to President Joe Biden’s mandate that all federal employees and on-site contractor employees either be vaccinated against COVID-19 or face repeated testing, and comply with strict social distancing and masking requirements.
Archives for August 10, 2021
Connecticut is requiring certain healthcare employees be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine.
Six strategies to help you say no without burning bridges.
Mayor Muriel E. Bowser of Washington announced that all 37,000 city employees and contractors must be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus or undergo weekly testing by Sept. 19.
The labor holiday is more than cookouts and a time to stop wearing white.
The three-term governor said he will resign his position, effective in 14 days.
Yes, COVID-19 makes the advice to work longer in old age a cruel suggestion since older workers were hardest hit in the 2020 recession.
Business are getting creative in their efforts to attract and retain workers amid a labor shortage caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
No matter where you’re employed, workplace accidents can happen.
Remote workers used to be second-class citizens; they were less likely to get raises and promotions, and more likely to face discrimination and stigma due to the circumstances keeping them at home.
usiness and medical leaders from some of Boston’s biggest institutions have instituted vaccine mandates for their workplaces, and think others should do the same.
In Levanoff v. Dragas, the California Court of Appeal surprised many of us and upheld an employer’s calculation of overtime due to non-exempt employees using the “rate in effect” method. Why does that matter?
Effective August 2, 2021, employees of the State of California must either show proof of full vaccination status or be tested for COVID-19 at least once a week and wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), such as face coverings.
The federal Departments of Health and Human Services and Justice issued guidance recently regarding “long COVID,” a condition afflicting some COVID-19 victims.