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OSHA Publishes Wide-Ranging Emergency Standard Formalizing Vaccination, Testing and/or Face Covering Requirements

USA - November 4 2021 On November 4, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced its Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) requiring employers…

Brittany Barrientos, Alisa Nickel Ehrlich, Patricia A. Konopka, Erin M. Naeger, Kristin Berger Parker, Greta Bauer Reyes

Keep the Face Coverings On: Safe Workplace Considerations Remain as Mask Mandates Lifted

USA - March 4 2021 On March 1, Texas Governor Greg Abbott rescinded the state-wide Executive Orders requiring face coverings and creating business operational…

Brittany Barrientos

Best Practices and Lessons Learned for Employers as Pandemic Continues into Fall

USA - October 1 2020 Because the information regarding COVID-19 is constantly changing and evolving, employers are still facing uncertainty as to how to effectively…

Brittany Barrientos, Amy B. Conway, Alisa Nickel Ehrlich, Patricia A. Konopka, Erin M. Naeger, Kristin Berger Parker, Bernadette Sargeant, Johnny S. Wang

New Order from Arizona Governor and New OSHA Guidance Put Multi-State Employers in a Quandary with Reopening Plans

USA - June 19 2020 Arizona's Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive orderlaying out efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19. This executive…

Brittany Barrientos

Return-to-Work Best Practices During the COVID-19 Pandemic

USA - April 30 2020 As the curve of COVID-19 infections begin to level off, employees recover from infections, and as government shelter-in-place and similar orders begin…

Brittany Barrientos, Elizabeth S. Chatham, Alisa Nickel Ehrlich, Jennifer Ives, Johnny S. Wang