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Unmasking the Law, Part I: Can an Employer Fire You for Wearing a Mask?
Unmasking the Law, Part I: Can an Employer Fire You for Wearing a Mask?

The short answer: not today, but possibly if it was before April 3 rd . Employers risk violating workplace safety laws if they prevent workers from protecting themselves, but employers do not need to go above and beyond the directives of public health agencies, such as the ...

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  • Unmasking the Law, Part I: Can an Employer Fire You for Wearing a Mask?

    The short answer: not today, but possibly if it was before April 3 rd . Employers risk violating workplace safety laws if they prevent workers from ...

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  • Is My Company Exempt from the FFCRA’s Expanded FMLA and Sick Leave?

    Congress enacted the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the “Act”) to protect employees who are unable to work because of school closures, ...

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  • Afraid You Can’t Fulfill Your Contract Because of COVID-19? Here Are Some Options.

    The current COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting U.S. businesses as well as global supply chains, and with so many parts, supplies, and materials coming ...

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  • Winning on the Curves: Transforming Your Workforce When the Pressure is On

    The following post was shared by Karen Oliver-Behee , an HR strategist and business consultant specializing in workforce transformation. Formula 1 ...

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  • Help for Small Businesses in the Age of COVID-19

    As a result of the recent Coronavirus outbreak and the public health safety measures it has led to, small businesses across the nation are ...

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  • Trump Has Signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act into Law. What do You Need to Know?

    The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) was recently updated by the U.S. House, voted on by the U.S. Senate, and signed into law by the ...

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  • How Will the Proposed “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” Affect Small Businesses?

    In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, on Friday, March 13, 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act ...

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  • Coronavirus: An Employer’s Guide to Contingency Planning

    COVID-19, commonly known as “Coronavirus,” has officially been categorized as a pandemic by the World Health Organization. Preparations for the ...

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  • Coronavirus: What Are Your Rights at Work?

    Coronavirus is quickly spreading across the globe with confirmed infections exceeding 120,000 worldwide and growing daily. Many more individuals may ...

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