By Paul F. Evelius On his first full day in office, President Biden stroked an Executive Order directing the Secretary of Labor, who oversees the Occupational Safety and Health Administration... Read More »
The Daily Record published an article written by Melissa McGuire. To view the full article, click here.
When the Families First Coronavirus Response Act was enacted in March, it had a built-in expiration date of December 31, 2020. Given that the pandemic is still ongoing, the stimulus... Read More »
By: Melissa McGuire On December 16, 2020, the EEOC issued updated guidance to provide clarification on employer COVID-19 vaccination policies. The EEOC reiterated that mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policies are permissible,... Read More »
By: Melissa McGuire A future of large communal events, carefree indoor dining, and a return to schools in-person is an enticing one, and one that is seemingly nearer as COVID-19... Read More »
by Renee Bronfein Ades At last, the news has broken; there is a light at the end of the tunnel! The vaccine is here and trials are beginning for children. Are... Read More »
Normally at this time of year, employment attorneys are publishing articles and sending reminders to clients about how to host their holiday parties without creating liability for the company. This... Read More »
By: Renee Bronfein Ades During the past seven months of at-home work I have had the opportunity to settle many of my pending cases. It seems people have been motivated... Read More »
The Daily Record published an article written by Laura Rubenstein and Michael Stover. To view the full article, click here.
As states and local governments expand the categories of businesses allowed to reopen and other businesses attempt to transition from a remote-centered work environment to hybrid or in-person models, employees... Read More »