“My employer has said that all employees will be required to get the COVID-19 vaccination, even though the vaccine doesn’t have full FDA approval – Can they do that?” Becker Shareholder Jamie Dokovna discusses in a brand new episode!
Archives for September 10, 2021
Yesterday, Baltimore’s local ordinance prohibiting persons from “obtaining, retaining, accessing, or using certain face surveillance technology or any information obtained from certain face surveillance technology,” became effective. The new ordinance prohibits the use of facial recognition technology by city residents, businesses, and most of the city government (excluding the city police
President Biden announced a requirement for all employers with 100 or more employees to mandate a Covid-19 vaccination or require weekly Covid tests for all unvaccinated employees.
Companies are scrambling to deal with the logistics of this. How do you track weekly tests? Who pays for these
On August 12, Delaware Governor John Carney ordered all state employees and healthcare workers to be vaccinated for COVID‑19 on or before September 30 or submit to regular COVID-19 testing. Additionally, he encouraged private businesses to impose similar requirements upon their employees and emphasized that many Delaware companies have already acted to
As we discussed in our recent report on National Labor Relations Board General Counsel (“GC”) Jennifer Abruzzo’s August 12th agenda for the direction of NLRB case law, employers should be ready for an aggressive expansion of remedies that the NLRB will seek. In the short time since the GC’s memorandum
This employment lawyer suggests organizations consider employer agreements—with a few caveats.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) must reconsider its newest ruling on the rights of certain employees to access private property to engage in activity on behalf of a union, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has directed in an August 31, 2021, decision remanding NLRB
It’s September, which happens to be my favorite month. The leaves start changing, and we Midwesterners get to pull cardigans and boots out of storage in preparation for the inevitable chilly day that will hit within these next thirty days. (Indeed, here in Chicago, we often get to experience a