Employers

What Should a Hybrid and Remote Work Policy Contain?

The traditional office environment is transforming. While necessity led to office employees performing their work remotely during the pandemic, long-standing perceptions of working in a traditional office setting have shifted, and many employees now highly desire or expect flexible working arrangements for themselves. These arrangements can come in the form of a fully remote work …

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The Great Resignation of 2021: The Stay Interview – An Employee Retention Tool

Employers continue to grapple with the avalanche of legal and operational issues that arose in 2021. A global pandemic proved to be only the beginning, as major supply chain disruptions, emergency closures, telework and the most recently revived OSHA vaccine mandates (along with now facing the difficult decision to terminate productive employees who do not …

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Five Things Employers Must Know About Their Workplaces, the Raging Covid-19 Pandemic and OSHA’s Emergency Rule Status

1.  On Friday, December 17, several states appealed the Sixth Circuit’s decision to vacate the stay on OSHA’s emergency mandatory vaccine rule (the Rule) for large employers with over 100 employees to the United States Supreme Court. They are asking the Supreme Court to enjoin enforcement of the Rule. On Saturday, the U.S. Department of …

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OSHA ETS Heads to Sixth Circuit

On November 16, 2021, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit was selected during the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation’s lottery to hear the multiple consolidated challenges to the recent COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). OSHA is permitted to issue an ETS if the …

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