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What Does President Biden’s Order on Nonompetes Mean for Employers?

President Joe Biden recently signed an executive order that encourages the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to ban or limit noncompete agreements. The

Covid-19 Disability Accommodation Requests

With the uptick of Covid-19/Delta variant, employers are starting to see an increase in accommodation requests that would exempt employees

Employers React to Workers Who Refuse Vaccination as COVID-19 Cases Rise

As employers continue to implement mandatory Covid-19 vaccination policies, the question then becomes what do I do if an employee

EEOC Issues Updated COVID-19 Technical Assistance

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has recently provided additional guidance related to COVID-19, regarding questions that may arise

Five Ways to Strengthen Your Anti-Harassment Complaint Procedure

In order to avoid potential liability, including an EEOC complaint, all employers are encouraged to implement and review all internal

OSHA Issues COVID-19 Standards for Health Care Employers

On June 10, 2021, the first nationwide emergency workplace safety rule, requiring health-care employers to protect workers from occupational exposure

Employers React to Workers Who Refuse a COVID-19 Vaccination

As COVID-19 vaccines become readily available, many employers are still wondering if they can require employees to get vaccinated, and

EEOC Updates Guidance on COVID-19 Testing

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released updated guidance clarifying how/when employers can screen workers for COVID-19 without violating the Americans

Workplace Laws You May be Violating

As an employer, are you violating the law? Listed below are eight (8) of the most common ways that employers

Employer Liability for Mandated COVID-19 Vaccines

While many employers mandate vaccinations for their employees, doing so will also raise a host of legal and practical considerations