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Court Orders and Challenges to OSHA ETS Mandating Vaccination and Testing: What Does This Mean for Employers?

USA - November 18 2021 Faced with multiple legal challenges and a blistering negative opinion from one Federal Court of Appeals, OSHA has announced it will "take no steps…

Katheryn Bradley, Shirley S. Lou-Magnuson, Christine Thelen

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…

Christine Thelen

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…

Christine Thelen

Covid-19 update for Oregon employers: BOLI issues an emergency regulation to provide OFLA leave for employees who must provide care to children whose schools or care providers have closed due to Public Health emergency orders

USA - March 23 2020 On March 18, the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) issued an emergency regulation amending the “sick child” leave provisions of the Oregon…

COVID-19 Second Relief Package: President Signs Scaled Back Law

USA - March 19 2020 On March 18, the President signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). The signed bill scaled back the version of the law that passed…

Lewis M. Horowitz, Priya B. Vivian