PER Human Resources – November 2021

 

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Handling Employee Requests for an Exemption from COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Vaccine mandates have been all the talk lately. Whether your business is setting up its own mandatory vaccination policy, you're in the healthcare industry, you employ 100+ employees and will be subject to OSHA's Emergency Temporary Standards mandating vaccines, or you are a federal contractor subject to Executive Order 14042, you will need to be prepared to respond to employees' requests for an exemption and engage in the interactive process. Are you ready?

Myth: This is an at-will state, so employment laws don't apply. Learn the Facts! FEDERAL / ALL STATES Ban the Box for Federal Contractors Federal Contractors: December 8 Vaccine Deadline MAINE: Maine Passes Ban the Box Law MASSACHUSETTS: Changes to COVID Paid Sick Leave Updated Poster for COVID Paid Sick Leave MINNESOTA: Minnesota Pregnancy and Lactation Accommodation Requirements NEW YORK: Guidance on Marijuana Use and the Workplace OREGON: Oregon Passes CROWN Act - Prohibits Hairstyle Discrimination

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