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An Employee Who Refuses the COVID Vaccine Is Not Protected by the ADA

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Blog Labor & Employment Report Fiona W. Ong, Shawe Rosenthal LLP Lexology, October 27 2023 An employee who refused to be vaccinated against COVID-19 argued that his employer violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) by regarding him as having…

Avoiding Violations of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) when Hiring Through Third-Party Recruitment Platforms

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Sarah J. Hawk and Tieranny Cutler – Barnes & Thornburg LLP Lexology, October 30, 2023 Employers are presented with many third-party recruitment options for maintaining and expanding workforces. Such efforts must comply with the anti-discrimination provision of the Immigration and…

Preventing Harmful Work Postures

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By Richard Bunch, PhD, PT, CBES & Trevor Bardarson, PT, OCS, CBES For many years now Trevor and I have lectured world-wide about the harmful effects of various poor work postures. One of the most common stressful work postures involves…

When Physical Ability Tests are Allowed

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By Richard Bunch, PT, PhD, CBES and Trevor Bardarson, PT, OCS, CBES Physical Ability Tests for Job Applicants The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) permits physical ability tests (PATs) for job applicants if they are applied on a post-offer basis…

The Opioid Epidemic and the Workplace

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Fredrick (“Fred”) J. Bissinger, Ford Harrison LLP Lexology Blog Addiction issues, especially the ongoing opioid epidemic, can significantly impact the workplace, and employers should ensure they have policies and procedures in place to address the potential impact of these issues….

Improve Employee Engagement and Address the Risks of ‘Loud Quitting’

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By Becky Canary-King, Levenfeld Pearlstein LLC – Lexology Employers have been concerned about “quiet quitting” for some time now, looking for ways to foster employee engagement and productivity. And new data shows the importance of doing so because “quiet quitting”…

EEOC’s Second Set of Guidance on using Software, Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence in Employment Decisions

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Over the past decade, it has become increasingly commonplace for employers to use algorithmic decision-making tools in employment. Employers use a wide range of tools to assist them in employment decision-making and performance management, including: Resume scanners Employee keystroke and…

Can Employers Modify Physical Ability Testing as an Accommodation Under PWFA?

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As we presented earlier in our WorkSaver newsletter the federal Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (PWFA) became effective June 27, 2023. This act entitles pregnant employees the right to reasonable accommodations pertaining to pregnancy, childbirth, post-partum recovery period and any related…

Avoiding Code Words for Age Discrimination

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It is well known that the share and participation rate of older workers in the labor force is growing. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the labor force is expected to increase by 8.9 million, or 5.5 percent, from…

Will Exercise Save Your Life?

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By F. Perry Wilson, MD, MSCE, Yale School of Medicine One hundred and fifty minutes (2 ½ hours) a week. That’s the minimum recommended amount of moderate-intensity exercise that the federal government advises the American people to do to optimize…

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