Mandate to Vaccinate? Employers and Required Flu ShotsThis year has presented many challenges, including a global health pandemic, wildfires, hurricanes, and social justice unrest, and yet we now face a fast approaching influenza season that is sure to bring on more coughs, sneezes and hiccups. In light of the ongoing health crisis and resulting disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, employers may

Opioid Guidance, Lactation Breaks, and Liability Shields: Recent Employment News You Might Have MissedIn case you missed it, below are a few of the most recent employment law updates that may have gotten lost in the onslaught of the 24-hour news cycle.

EEOC Issues Opioid Accommodation Guidance

While employers have (rightfully) spent recent months navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, another epidemic has quietly continued. Opioid use in the United

More Back to Work Thoughts: DOL Provides Tips on Accommodations Due to COVID-19As the country moves closer to fully opening businesses, the Department of Labor wants to remind all employers that their obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act are still in place for workers with disabilities. The Job Accommodation Network (JAN), a free service provided by the DOL’s Office of Disability Employment Policy, published several strategies