Employers

A “Key to NYC” Checklist for New York City Employers

New York City has taken a sweeping approach to help contain the spread of the Delta variant through its “Key to NYC” program, becoming the first U.S. city to do so. With enforcement of “Key to NYC” to begin on September 13, 2021, employers in New York City should begin to make the necessary adjustments …

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Are Vaccine Mandates Becoming the “New Normal” For Employers?

Three Questions Employers Are Asking as They Consider Requiring Vaccinations COVID-19 is once again at the forefront for employers as the Delta variant rapidly surges throughout the country, while vaccination rates lag and new scientific findings explain how the virus spreads. Faced with concerns that rising COVID-19 cases could disrupt business and thwart plans for …

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An Employer’s Duty to Reasonably Accommodate

The New Jersey Supreme Court recently ruled that an employer, “may not escape liability under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (NJLAD) for failing to perform its duty to provide accommodation simply because it did not fire, demote or take another form of adverse action against the employee.” While this holding is limited to the …

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