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Archives for September 6, 2021
Watch out! A spike in ransomware attacks may be headed our way over Labor Day weekend. Yesterday, the FBI jointly with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued a warning to be on high alert for ransomware attacks this weekend, after recent targeted attacks over Mother’s Day, Memorial Day
Devjani Mishra discusses Littler’s new Delta Variant Update Report results and the administrative burdens employers are faced with as they try to keep their workplace safe. (Subscription required.)
The Business Journals (The Delta Variant Update Report)
Shawn Matthew Clark and Thelma Akpan explain the new laws that require private-sector employers to enroll eligible New York City employees in either their own plan or in a city-managed retirement savings plan. (Subscription required.)
Robert Stępień discusses a new amendment in Poland that fines businesses for unreliable recording of sales as well as mandating strict rules for sales on Sundays. (Subscription required.)
Gazeta Prawna (English version)
At long last, on August 31, 2021, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approved the new system that the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) developed for federal contractors to submit affirmative action programs (AAPs). The Affirmative Action Program Verification Interface (AAP-VI) is designed to provide covered federal
Devjani Mishra explains why implementing a health insurance surcharge for unvaccinated employees is legally complex when tying vaccination status to healthcare costs.
Devjani Mishra talks about the findings of Littler’s Delta Variant Update Report, which shows that employers are now more open to vaccine mandates. (Subscription required.)
In this podcast, Devjani Mishra talks about how employers should manage COVID-19 concerns such as vaccinations and masking.
EHS Daily Advisor (Podcast)
Few experts in the field of unfair competition law would disagree that the 2018 decision in AMN Healthcare, Inc. v.
Barry Hartstein discusses Littler’s Delta Variant Update Report and the findings that more employers are considering vaccine mandates in light of a sharp increase in cases.
Nashville Post (Delta Variant Update Report)
Barry Hartstein and Devjani Mishra discuss the findings of Littler’s Delta Variant Update Report and what they reveal about the manufacturing industry’s approach to vaccine mandates.
Manufacturing Global Magazine (Delta Variant Update Report)
Jorge Sales Boyoli answers questions about whether mandates requiring employees to get vaccinated are legal under Mexico’s labor laws.
Devjani Mishra weighs in on whether more employers will start mandating vaccines after Pfizer’s vaccine has received the U.S. government’s full approval.
Alka Ramchandani-Raj advises employers to prepare for potentially stricter CAL/OSHA workplace COVID-19 regulations this fall, and to regularly evaluate workplace safety procedures. (Subscription required.)