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Jan
18
Employers continue to feel the effects of the pandemic as both employees and customers contract COVID-19 and its variants. As the country has adapted, the Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”) has approved COVID-19 home testing kits. Although helpf…
Jan
14
In a landmark decision, the highest court in the land ruled against the Biden administration’s mandate requiring large employers to force employees into either getting vaccinated or undergo weekly testing. This past November, the Occupational Safety…
Jan
10
The United States Supreme Court held a special session on Friday to determine whether to go through with vaccine mandates issued by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that are set t…
Jan
6
The National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) is inviting public parties and amici to submit briefs to address the controversial issue of petitioned-for bargaining units. The rise of this hotly contested concept is the result of a recent case, Ameri…
Jan
4
As employers know, in Massachusetts, an employer is required by law to notify an employee if the employer either modifies or adds information to their personnel file which can negatively impact their employment circumstances. The employee may then inspect thei…
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