New OSHA Unvaccinated and At-Risk Persons Guidance

OSHA’s latest guidance recommends that fully vaccinated workers in areas of substantial or high community transmission wear masks in order to protect unvaccinated workers; recommends ...
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Labor Shortages – The Disconnect & Possible Solutions

By:  Roy Maurer The problem is clear: Employers are struggling to recruit workers despite high levels of unemployment. But the reasons for the hiring difficulty ...
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CA Background Checks

The California Court of Appeal has ruled that date of birth or a driver’s license number cannot be used to identify individuals in an electronic ...
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Florida Employment Laws for Small Business

Wondering what the minimum wage laws are in Florida? Are you required to give your employees breaks? What regulations do you need to follow when ...
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Biden Administration Announces Long Covid-19 May Qualify as a Disability Under Federal Law

President Biden has confirmed that individuals experiencing lingering physical and psychological impairments from the coronavirus may qualify for the protections of the ADA. The Biden ...
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Trump Joint Employer Rule Gone

The U.S. Department of Labor on Thursday said it was doing away with a Trump-era joint employer rule for determining when multiple employers are jointly ...
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Legal Alert – AAP Verification for Government Contractors

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)  posted on its website a new page entitled “Affirmative Action Plan Verification Interface” ...
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Increases in Minimum Wage

EEOC Extends EEO-1 Deadline The EEOC has announced the deadline for filing the 2019 and 2020 EEO-1 Reports has been extended to August 23, 2021. ...
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Federal Pandemic Unemployment Programs Ending

In accordance with Governor Brian Kemp and Commissioner Mark Butler's plan for reemployment and economic recovery, effective June 27, 2021, Georgia will no longer participate in ...
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4 Takeaways from the EEOC’s Latest Guidance on COVID-19 Vaccines

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) recently updated its guidance on workplace COVID-19 vaccination policies. Although some compliance questions remain unanswered, the agency provided ...
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