In this webinar, attorneys Phillip Bauknight and Kevin Troutman, partners at Fisher Phillips, shares key information employers need to know about implementing a vaccine mandate under the ETS and what it means for their workplaces and their employees.
An amended Illinois law takes a unique step to make it easier for employers that wish to terminate, otherwise discipline or deny employment to workers who refuse to be vaccinated.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has granted an emergency motion to stay the enforcement of OSHA's recently published emergency temporary standard mandating COVID-19 vaccination or testing for employers with 100 or more employees.
OSHA's COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard requires employers with 100 or more employees to mandate that their workers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or face weekly testing beginning January 4.
A new Iowa law ensures that employees fired for refusing a COVID-19 vaccine will still qualify to receive unemployment benefits and continues the trend of certain states pushing back against widespread vaccine mandates.
Washington State University football coach Nick Rolovich has become perhaps the most high-profile employee in the nation to lose their job for refusing to comply with a vaccine mandate.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order bars all state entities, including private employers, from mandating that individuals receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
HR guidance in addressing vaccinations in the workplace.
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