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EEOC Places Further Limits on When an Employer May Require an Employee to Undergo Testing for COVID-19
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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Has Spoken (Part One-COVID-19 Related Bills)
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Employees Splitting Working Time Between the Office and Home? The DOL Reminds Employers About the Rules on When Commute Time is Compensable in the New Age of Telework
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Pandemic Pandemonium (Summer Vacation Edition): How the Governor’s Latest Executive Order Complicates FFCRA Leave for Employers
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Yes, We’re Open: Important Considerations for Employers Preparing to Reopen in a Post-COVID-19 World
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Obliging OSHA: How New COVID-19 Guidance Impacts Employers’ Workplace Recordkeeping and Reporting Obligations
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The EEOC Issues Yet More Guidance on the ADA Accommodations and COVID-19
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The Scope of the “Health Care Providers” Exclusion from the FFCRA Leave Laws
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Families First Coronavirus Relief Act Notice Must Be Posted by April 1, 2020 – DOL Poster Should Be Posted at Worksites AND Emailed or Mailed to Teleworking Employees
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Small And Mid-Size Businesses Should be Able to Swiftly Recover the Cost of Providing Coronavirus Related Paid Leave Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
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Connecticut DECD Issues Guidance on Businesses Considered “Essential” for Purposes of Governor’s Executive Order
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EEOC Clarifies That Employers May Temperature-Test Employees During COVID-19 Pandemic
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Initial Guidance on the Governor’s Executive Order on the Closure of “Non-Essential Businesses”
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IRS Guidance: High Deductible Health Plans May Waive Deductible for COVID-19 Testing
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Coronavirus and the Workplace: Employers Considering Taking Employees’ Temperatures at Work Should Proceed with Caution
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