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Watch the recording of “OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard Mandating Vaccination for Employers with 100+ Employees”

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, Client Roundtables, COVID-19 Resource Center by Janette Ekanem, Peter Moser, Catherine Reuben, Scott A. Roberts, David Wilson

HRW’s Janette Ekanem, Pete Moser, Catherine Reuben, Scott Roberts, Dave Wilson discussed the new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). They reviewed the requirements of the law, the status of pending legal challenges, and issues related to reasonable accommodations of religion... MORE

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Watch the recording of “COVID Vaccination and Employment: What Employers Need to Know”

Alerts & News, Client Roundtables, COVID-19 Resource Center by Erinn Larson
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Key Takeways: HRW Roundtable about PFML

Alerts & Advisories, Client Roundtables, Events by Catherine Reuben, David Wilson

On Tuesday, September 17th, over 100 people attended HRW’s Roundtable about the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave law. Our two guest speakers were: → William Alpine, Director of the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (DFML), provided a clear and practical summary of what... MORE

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