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EEOC Religious Vaccination Guidance

Religious accommodations to vaccine mandates continue to be the number one issue occupying the time and energy of HR practitioners and employment lawyers. Yesterday, the EEOC updated its Covid-19 technical assistance specifically to address vaccine-related religious objections and accommodation requests. The new update is at “Section L” and can be […]

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Tue Oct 26, 2:31pm

Employment Law

Vaccine Mandate

On September 9, 2021 President Biden announced an executive order directing the Department of Labor to draft an emergency rule requiring that all businesses with 100 or more employees ensure all of their workers are either Covid vaccinated, or Covid tested once a week. This goes along with another executive […]

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Fri Sep 10, 1:01pm

Employment Law

COBRA Subsidies End September 30

COBRA subsidies under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) end on Sept. 30, 2021, which means businesses must send expiration notices to former employees and other eligible individuals whose COBRA premiums have been covered by the subsidy.   To the extent you have a third-party administrating your COBRA benefits, you […]

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Fri Sep 10, 12:58pm

Employment Law

Updated EEOC Guidance

On Friday, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued an updated guidance. The guidance updates Section K addresses vaccinations and adds new material beginning at K 16. Among other things, the guidance deals with employer vaccination incentives which has been an issue. Please feel free to contact any of our employment […]

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Tue Jun 1, 5:08pm

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