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Washington and Oregon join California in mandating vaccination for health care workers

On August 9, 2021, Washington state announced that it will be requiring state employees and in state health care workers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by October 18, 2021, which...


Will bad apples stop rolling? The HKMA launches a mandatory reference checking scheme
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Financial regulators around the world have been implementing regimes to mitigate a phenomenon sometimes described as the problem of “rolling bad apples”: bank employees who...


Virginia employer checklist for compliance with new 2021 laws

Virginia employers should be aware of several new employment laws that have taken effect in the commonwealth in 2021. These laws create protections against employment discrimination based...


Colorado requires salary ranges on job postings for remote positions, regardless of geography

As we previously discussed, Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act (EPEW) required Colorado employers to, among other things, disclose compensation information on job postings for...


OSHA updates workplace COVID-19 guidance in light of delta variant and latest CDC recommendations

Following the CDC’s recent changes to its COVID-19 guidance, OSHA updated its COVID-19 guidance for non-health care settings to reflect more restrictive recommendations for employers...


Recent New Jersey laws aim to combat worker misclassification

Building on efforts that began early in his tenure, Governor Murphy of New Jersey recently signed four bills into law that expand the power of the state to identify and combat alleged...


Considerations for crafting a post-pandemic return-to-office policy in Colorado

As Colorado employers prepare to reopen their offices following the COVID-19 pandemic, they must consider a number of legal issues. Some key considerations include whether employers can ask ...


Going rate – maintaining higher pay not a reasonable adjustment

In Aleem v E-Act Academy Trust the UK EAT decided that it was not a reasonable adjustment to continue to pay an employee at her previous higher rate when she moved to a different lower-paid ...


COVID-19: Global employee vaccination and testing guide

As national COVID-19 related restrictions begin to ease, our cross-border guide provides a quick overview of the key questions and issues for employers as staff return to the workplace...

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