Posts from March 2022.
Posted in Employment
As many aspects of our lives return to “normal” after two years in the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals with caregiving responsibilities—for children, grandchildren, parents, partners or other family members—often remain in limbo. Ongoing school and daycare closures, as well as health risks and concerns for those not yet eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, will likely create ongoing disruption for employees with caregiver responsibilities.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently released COVID-19-specific guidance on the ways that caregivers ... Read More
- Discrimination Against Caregivers: New Guidance from the EEOC
- Pick Your Backlash: Deciding on a COVID-19 Vaccination Policy Means Backlash for Employers, Regardless of the Policy They Implement
- Vaccine or Test For Large Employers on Hold Again, But Medicare and Medicaid Facilities Must Ensure Covered Staff Are Vaccinated
- Mandatory Vaccination or Testing Is Back: Updates on OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard for Private Employers with 100 or more Employees
- OSHA Issues New COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard for Private Employers with more than 100 Employees
- President Biden’s “Path out of the Pandemic” Imposes New Vaccination Requirements
- Updated CDC Masking Guidance; North Carolina Employers Strongly Encouraged to Implement COVID-19 Vaccination, Testing, and Mask Policies
- OSHA’s New Emergency Temporary Standard to Protect Healthcare Workers
- North Carolina Governor Extends Certain COVID-19 Measures
- New from OSHA on COVID-19: A COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard for Healthcare and Revised Guidance for All Other Employers