COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

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

OSHA Is Issuing Citations for COVID-19 Infections from the SpringSince the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, we have been talking about things to do to keep your employees safe and what laws apply in that arena. Recently, OSHA started handing out fines to companies for employee outbreaks across the country, from New Jersey to Colorado to Louisiana to South Dakota.

The recent COVID-19

Don’t End Up in Detention: Guidance on Leave for Employees with School-Age KidsIt’s September, which for most means the beginning of fall and the start of a new school year. This school year not only looks different than those in the past, but it has also added to the stress and uncertainty facing families as parents attempt to balance work and family in this COVID-19 world. School