Many law firms have posted on their blogs explaining the content of the new OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) published on November 5, 2021. I like this post, which is particularly comprehensive.
Archives for November 8, 2021
Laura Mitchell discusses the legal implications of employers failing to comply with workplace mandates designating COVID-19 vaccinations as a condition of employment in “Details of COVID-19 vaccine workplace rules are out. What if your employer won’t comply?” published by USA Today.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has issued an Interim Final Rule (IFR) establishing the COVID-19 vaccination requirements for staff employed at Medicare- and Medicaid-certified providers and suppliers.
The moment all employers have been waiting for: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has released an emergency temporary standard (ETS) which requires private employers with 100 or more employees to mandate vaccination or require weekly testing and masking for their unvaccinated workers.
The highly anticipated OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) COVD-19 rule for private-sector workers was announced this week. This ETS impacts approximately 84 million workers nationwide. This Legal Alert provides an overview of this important emergency rule and its impact on employers.
Five practices to help you keep excluders out of your organization — and identify and deal with any who are already there.
Are you the “workplace parent,” the office “problem child,” or your team’s “golden child”? Your office is a family system.
Why they’re plausible and how they can lead you astray.
The U.S. Department of Labor has announced a proposal to rescind the final rule “Implementing Legal Requirements Regarding the Equal Opportunity Clause’s Religious Exemption.” The final rule has been in effect since Jan. 8, 2021. The Federal Register will publish the proposal on Nov. 9, 2021. Rescinding this rule would have the effect of returning department policy and practice to those that were operative during the presidencies of George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
At a moment of political turmoil, economic change and a pandemic-driven focus on how we work, labor has become a hot news beat.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) just issued guidance under Title VII, the federal employment discrimination law, on processing employee requests for religious exemptions to employer COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
As #WFH trends and work from home life continues for many of us, we can find ourselves feeling detached from familiar faces and comfortable settings.
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I (along with my brilliant jobshare partner) ran layoffs for a Fortune 100 company for several years. Our names and contact numbers went out on every single severance package, which means we handled hundreds and hundreds of calls with questions about this, that, or the other regarding the termination and