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… But Wait, There’s More! DOL’s Revised FFCRA Regulations Clarify but Also Raise More Questions

USA - September 25 2020 Employers received welcome guidance from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), when the DOL recently revised its Families First Coronavirus Response…

Katheryn Bradley, Priya B. Vivian.

Federal Court Ruling Partially Vacating the DOL’s FFCRA Rules Creates Dilemma for Employers

USA - August 17 2020 Racing to respond to the devastating impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). The FFCRA…

Katheryn Bradley, Priya B. Vivian.

EEOC Says Employers Can Require COVID-19 Testing

USA - April 27 2020 The EEOC has issued welcome guidance for employers who are seeking to take all steps necessary to eradicate the virus from their facilities. This…

Paul M. Ostroff.

Oregon expands access to unemployment benefits

USA - March 25 2020 The Oregon Employment Department’s (OED) new rules provide expanded unemployment benefits to individuals unable to work because of the COVID‑19 public…

Paul M. Ostroff.

Seattle and Washington continue to expand financial support for workers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

USA - March 23 2020 Both the City of Seattle and the State of Washington have taken action to provide workers with greater financial resources amidst the COVID-19 public…

Katheryn Bradley, Michael T. Kitson, Shirley S. Lou-Magnuson, Priya B. Vivian.