This week, we look at how state and local COVID-19 requirements and new COVID-19 benefits are shifting employers’ policies once again.
Employers Respond to SCOTUS OSHA Decision
Employers and government agencies are reacting to the Supreme Court’s January 13th rejection of OSHA’s vaccine-or-test mandate for large employers. Read more.
Next Steps for Employers
The Supreme Court decision means that employers are no longer facing the deadlines laid out in OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard, but they still must remain compliant with state and local laws and requirements. Rules relating to employer vaccine, testing, and masking mandates vary widely across the country, making compliance for multistate or national employers extremely challenging.
New COVID-19 Benefits and Employer Policies
While the nationwide regulations have been stymied in court, the federal government is pushing ahead with new national COVID-19 benefits that could affect the way employers prepare for the next stage of the pandemic.
Avoiding and Defending Wage and Hour Class Actions
Click here to view more on the next steps if your company is hit with a wage and hour class or collective action.
CMS Vaccine Mandate: New Hospital Survey Procedures and Deadlines
Allen Killworth, Jenny Nelson Carney
NYC Job Postings Must Include Salary Ranges Effective May 15, 2022
Marc Mandelman; Nancy Gunzenhauser Popper; Eric Emanuelson, Jr.; Lucas Peterhans
Cal/OSHA Releases Updated COVID-19 Resources for Employers
Jennifer Nutter, Vidaur Durazo
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