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A Timely Redux: Walking The Tightrope: Dealing With Employees’ Different Viewpoints On COVID-19, Racial Justice, and Partisan Politics (US)

USA - October 14 2020 In June 2020, we added a post to Employment Law Worldview addressing the complicated situation employers are in when employees express - sometime...

Voting Leave: What US Employers Need To Know As Election Day 2020 Approaches

USA - October 9 2020 With Election Day just a few weeks away, it’s an appropriate time to refresh our understanding of state voting leave laws and the obligations imposed...

A Guide for Employers Considering A Mandatory Flu Vaccination Policy (US)

USA - September 20 2020 As if 2020 hasn’t already presented more than its fair share of challenges, flu season is now rapidly approaching. Combined with the still ongoing...

Melissa Legault.

EEOC Provides Welcome COVID-19-Related Guidance To Employers As Employees Return To The Workplace (US)

USA - September 8 2020 On September 8, 2020, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued updated guidance concerning COVID-19 and the workplace. The...

NLRB Provides Much-Needed Reality Check, Lowers Barrier To Employers’ Ability To Discipline And Discharge Employees Who Engage In Arguably Protected, But Plainly Disruptive, Workplace Conduct (US)

USA - July 24 2020 An employee confronts you - a small business owner - and calls you a “fng mother fcker,” a “fing crook,” an “ahole,” and “stupid,” tells...