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► Employers May Need to Accommodate "Long COVID" Employees

October 25, 2021

Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome, colloquially referred to as “long COVID,” occurs when an individual who had the disease continues to experience ongoing symptoms for months afterward. Individuals with long COVID might have difficulty working in the same way they did before the ...

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► After Stressful Pandemic, Many Employees Reluctant to Return

October 19, 2021

There has been ample news coverage about the invisible toll the COVID-19 pandemic has taken on our personal lives, but we’re just beginning to grapple with the damage done to our workplaces. As employees return to in-person work, you must be ready for the many emotional and psychological ...

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► 13 Most Asked Questions About Vaccine and Testing Mandates

October 18, 2021

When President Joe Biden recently announced a six-pronged strategy to contain COVID-19’s spread, one of the most notable measures was a vaccination and/or weekly testing mandate affecting employers and employees nationwide. We still don’t know many details, but here are answers to ...

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► Technology Run Amok: Employer Left Holding Bag

October 12, 2021

Well, the headline might be a bit dramatic, but it illuminates an important point. Namely, technology must be used in conjunction with good judgment and common sense, not as a stand-alone panacea. Lawsuit Filed, or Was It? Kevin Rollins, a Home Depot employee, injured himself while moving ...

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► FAQ: Office Furniture For Remote Workers---Who Pays?

October 8, 2021

Question: For employees working from home, we currently don't provide reim-bursement for furniture without a doctor's note stating a need for an ergonomic chair or desk. If we require someone to work from home more than half the time, do we have to purchase an ergonomic chair other ...

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► Employers Need to Be Ready for New Heat Measures from OSHA

October 4, 2021

The season may have changed to fall, but the punishing summer heat can be expected to linger longer in many places around the country. Plus, indoor workplaces often pose heat risks year-round. That’s why the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has announced new ...

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► Hiring? Luring Candidates Not What it Used to Be

September 27, 2021

Employers have learned they must get creative when competing for top talent. No longer will the promise of a basic health plan be enough. Now, traditional enticements are just the beginning, and organizations are going to new heights to attract the best and the brightest. Often, incentives ...

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► Developing Solid Employer Social Media Policies

September 24, 2021

Social media has played an increasingly prominent role in our daily lives, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic as we’ve been largely quarantined for months. This is no less true for your employees than for the larger public. Therefore, it’s important to develop a solid social ...

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► EEOC Issues Guidance on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity

September 21, 2021

The Equal Employment Opportunity Com-mission (EEOC) recently issued a technical assistance document for “Protections Against Employment Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation or Gender Identity.” The document briefly explains the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision in ...

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► COVID-19 Issues: Key Questions and Answers for Employers

September 17, 2021

Like you, we had hoped COVID-19-related issues would have waned by now and we could all move forward with a return to “normal.” Not so fast, apparently, as the disease’s delta variant has surged, and tensions between the pro- and anti-vaccination contingents have heightened. ...

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