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September 22, 2022

Ontario, Canada Arbitrator Finds Three-Dose Mandatory Vaccination Requirement Reasonable in Long-Term Care Homes

An arbitrator recently decided that a mandatory vaccination policy requiring employees in two long-term care homes to receive three doses of the COVID-19 vaccine was reasonable.

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September 19, 2022

New York State to Follow CDC Guidance on COVID-19 Quarantines and Isolations

On September 14, 2022, the New York State Department of Health updated its COVID-19 quarantine and isolation webpage to remove earlier written COVID-19 guidance and tables dated May 31, 2022.

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September 16, 2022

Cal/OSHA Public Hearing on Proposed Non-Emergency Two-Year COVID-19 Standard Highlights Multiple Conflicting Concerns

The September 15, 2022 hearing and discussion demonstrated that there remains a great deal of disagreement about whether a non-emergency standard is needed, as well as serious concerns about the current proposal.

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September 2, 2022

Appeals Court Limits Injunction of Government Contractor Vaccine Mandate, But Enforcement Unlikely for Now

On August 26, 2022, the Eleventh Circuit upheld a lower court’s injunction of Executive Order 14042, President Biden’s executive order requiring employees working on federal government contracts to be vaccinated for COVID-19, but narrowed its scope.

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August 25, 2022

New York Department of Health Revises Health Screening Requirements for Home Care Workers

On August 2, 2022, the New York State Department of Health issued revised guidance regarding daily health screenings and related policies for home care staff.

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August 12, 2022

Updated CDC COVID-19 Guidance Eliminates Precautionary Quarantine, Focuses on Boosters, Masking, and Testing

On August 11, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a new Summary of Guidance for Minimizing the Impact of COVID-19 on Individual Persons, Communities, and Health Care Systems.

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August 10, 2022

Ontario, Canada: Availability of Deemed IDEL Ended on July 30, 2022 But Unpaid and Paid IDEL Still Available to Eligible Employees

Since July 31, 2022, employees can no longer be on Deemed IDEL, and the ESA’s regular rules pertaining to constructive dismissal resumed.

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August 9, 2022

With so many nonexempt employees working remotely, what should be our key wage and hour compliance priorities?

Chances are that the wage and hour laws of the jurisdiction where your wandering workers are located will dictate your compliance obligations.

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July 29, 2022

UK tribunal rules long-COVID capable of being a disability under the Equality Act

An employment tribunal in the UK has for the first time ruled that a person’s long-COVID is a disability protected by the Equality Act 2010.

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July 27, 2022

Canada: Alberta Court Finds Employee Resigned and Was Not Constructively Dismissed When He Did Not Comply with Mask Policy

The Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta recently dismissed an employee’s claim that he had been constructively dismissed when his employer did not accommodate him with a mask exemption and put him on indefinite unpaid leave.

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