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Recent New Jersey laws aim to combat worker misclassification

Building on efforts that began early in his tenure, Governor Murphy of New Jersey recently signed four bills into law that expand the power of the state to identify and combat alleged...


Considerations for crafting a post-pandemic return-to-office policy in Colorado

As Colorado employers prepare to reopen their offices following the COVID-19 pandemic, they must consider a number of legal issues. Some key considerations include whether employers can ask ...


COVID-19: Global employee vaccination and testing guide

As national COVID-19 related restrictions begin to ease, our cross-border guide provides a quick overview of the key questions and issues for employers as staff return to the workplace...


CDC flip-flops on mask guidance for fully vaccinated individuals; what should U.S. employers do?

Citing concerns about potential spread of the COVID-19 “Delta variant” and the fact that even fully vaccinated individuals infected with the Delta variant can spread COVID-19 to ...


Global employment law guide

The rules that govern employment relationships around the globe are complex and change frequently, reflecting a country’s current social and political priorities. Multi-national...


NY DOL publishes Hero Act standards and prevention plans, but immediate implementation not necessary All in a Day's Work: The Employer's Legal Guide

On July 7, 2021, the New York Department of Labor (DOL) published the NY Hero Act airborne infectious disease exposure prevention standard (the Standard) and industry-specific model...


New York set to amend the New York Hero Act

As we previously discussed, on May 5, 2021, Governor Cuomo signed the NY Hero Act (the Act) into law, codifying health and safety protocols in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. On June 7,...


OSHA issues COVID-19 emergency temporary standard for healthcare settings

On June 10, 2021, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released the first nationwide emergency workplace safety rule per President Joe Biden’s January...


OSHA issues updated COVID-19 guidance for non-healthcare settings

On June 10, 2021, the same day that it released its long-anticipated COVID-19 emergency temporary standard (ETS) for healthcare settings (which we discuss here), the U.S. Occupational...

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