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January 21, 2022

Did you get sick from Covid-19? Complete Guide to understand your rights as a worker

Jorge Sales Boyoli explains that since the current administration is not forcing anyone to receive a vaccine, companies will not be able to fire people who decide not to get vaccinated.

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January 21, 2022

Vaccine Mandate for Health-Care Employers: What’s Next?

Yvette Gatling, Laura Weipert and Laura Spector look at what healthcare employees need to do over the next two months to comply with vaccine mandates after the U.S. Supreme Court voted to lift injunctions against the CMS’ rule requiring healthcare worker

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January 20, 2022

Attorneys With Disabilities Claim Role in Big Law Diversity Push

Anna Curry Gualano and Lauren E. Clements discuss stigma and inclusion regarding attorneys with disabilities, as well as Littler’s new affinity group.

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January 20, 2022

Union Membership Dips In 2021 As Jobs Return

Michael Lotito discusses the long-term decline in union representation among U.S. workers.

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January 19, 2022

Abdón Pedrajas Littler values the labor reform "by consensus, which includes the virtues of previous reforms"

Jesús Lahera and Javier Thibault discuss labor reform issues in Spain, including ERTES and fraud in the form of temporary contracts.

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