Employers may wish to revisit their workplace infectious disease policies in the wake of the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
While the nation's public health emergency may be over, the EEOC is reminding employers that they still may continue many of their COVID-19 policies.
President Biden has signed a congressional resolution that terminates the COVID-19 national emergency, returning a number of deadlines and provisions affecting employee benefit plans to their pre-pandemic norms.
In a case with potentially significant implicants for employers, a federal district court has ruled that a Texas law criminalizing abortion does not prohibit organizations from helping people seeking abortions to travel out of state to access the procedure.
The Senate voted decisively today in favor of a pair of amendments to the year-end omnibus spending bill that will require covered employers to make reasonable accommodations for employees affected by pregnancy and childbirth.
A federal district court has ruled that a 2021 Montana law - which classified vaccination status as a protected characteristic under the state's antidiscrimination laws and barred employers from refusing employment or otherwise discriminating against individuals on that basis - is unconstitutional.
The US Department of Defense (DOD) is joining the growing list of employers offering to pay for out-of-state travel to access abortion services.
The COVID-19 state of emergency in California will end on February 28, 2023, Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced. So, what will its expiration mean for employers?
Effective November 1, New York City will no longer require private businesses to mandate that their employees be vaccinated for COVID-19.
Lowering health care costs and prescription drug expenses and making more affordable coverage possible are among employers' top future health care reform priorities, according to a recently released study.
News: HR and legal considerations for employers regarding employee health programs. Support on keeping employees healthy and productive while at work.
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