Post-Covid Employer Responsibilities and Laws

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The idea that employers are responsible at some level for employee safety and conditions of their property isn’t new. For example, there is a legal term called premises liability. Premises liability refers to injuries or death that occur because of dangerous conditions or poor maintenance on a property. Beyond the existing laws and regulations; however, … Read more

Is Remote Work Already The New Normal?

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Covid-19 has been a mass trial run for remote working that no one expected. Before the outbreak of the global pandemic, many organizations may have hoped that they could trial run remote working but never got around to it. Some organizations allowed remote working for certain business divisions and not others and many organizations never … Read more

OSHA and the CDC Issue Coronavirus Guidelines

Recently, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released guidelines for businesses for dealing with the novel coronavirus. The plans are detailed and address different businesses. Employers wanting guidance on reopening can refer to these documents. OSHA OSHA has released a Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19 that … Read more

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