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Employee Rights

Delta Variant And Liability To Protect In Workplaces

September 16, 2021

After the devastating COVID-19 pandemic, workplaces across the country saw significant changes. Adapting to the new norms of a post-COVID world can certainly be difficult. Employers face many challenges in […]

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Most Commonly Asked Employment and COVID-19 Questions

August 5, 2021

With a new variant of the COVID-19 virus making its way across the globe, many employees and employers are bringing up questions of workers’ rights once more. Take a look […]

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Reasonable Accommodations to Return to Work

July 16, 2021

During these trying times, many people in the workforce are now moving out of COVID-19 restrictions and going back to the office for work. Your job should be safe for […]

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Can I be fired for not returning to work post COVID-19 restrictions?

July 2, 2021

Despite the release of the COVID-19 restrictions and mask mandates, many Americans are still weary about returning to work amid the pandemic. With the vaccine not guaranteeing 100% immunity from […]

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Healthcare Employee Rights: Can a Frontline Worker Refuse the Vaccine?

February 9, 2021

Because of employee rights protections under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and religious discrimination laws, when an employer creates a policy that mandates getting the COVID-19 vaccine, they must […]

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ADA “Perceived As Disabled” Employment Lawsuits Surge In COVID-19

September 28, 2020

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals with disabilities are protected from employment discrimination. However, the Act also protects those employees who are not disabled but are perceived as […]

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Workplace Whistleblower Protections Become Latest Concern in COVID-19 Era

September 14, 2020

Bloomberg Law reports that as employers grapple with COVID-19-related workplace safety concerns, state and local laws across the country have adapted whistleblower protections for employees. However, the question remains–is it […]

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Wrongful Termination & COVID-19 Reopenings

June 15, 2020

As much of the nation reopens, many nonessential employees are beginning to return to work after months of remote operations or even layoffs. However, for those who have been able […]

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MeatPacking Industry Serves As COVID-19 Hotspot: Worker’s Rights

June 1, 2020

As if it was a modern twist on Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle, the meatpacking industry is once again a danger to workers. This time, however, for its spread of the […]

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Inadequate Warehouse Safety Sparks Concerns For Employees

April 28, 2020

Amazon is likely to face legal repercussions after failing to provide adequate protection to employees, reports indicate. In an April 27 NPR article, it was reported that the company may […]

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