Some companies have returned or are considering returning to the office now that COVID-19 vaccines are being given.
In the absence of specific workplace coronavirus emergency standards from OSHA, 14 states have beefed up COVID-19 requirements by expanding employer safety regs on their own. Ranging from enforceable guidelines to multiple-page emergency temporary standards, here’s who’s adopted comprehensive safety protections as of Dec. 31, 2020: California Illinois Kentucky Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Nevada New Jersey […]
The FDA issued an emergency use authorization for two COVID-19 vaccines. Now, the question of whether you’ll require staff to get the vaccine becomes very real. If you do, something you need to contemplate: Would the vaccination be a medical examination under the ADA? New guidance from the EEOC may help you answer these questions. […]
Open enrollment this year will be unlike any other. How do employers prepare for engaging workforce?
guidelines on setting policy for COVID-19 vaccines
Nearly one in three millennials suffers from mental health conditions, and COVID-19 is only making it worse, says a new study. Over a five-year period, there’s been a downward trend in the health of millennials (aged 22-37), says the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association study. Researchers found among millennials, there’s been a: 43% increase in […]
While business leaders may be tempted to get everyone into the office at least some of the time, that’s probably not really necessary.
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IRS allows extension for healthcare requirement