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Post Summary for the Week of June 20th - June 26th | Human Resources Fostering Inclusivity In A Post-Coronavirus Workplace DOL Proposes Updates To Mental Health Parity Self-Compliance Tool EEOC Expands COVID-19 Return-To-Work Guidance States Update Employee Leave Requirements For Coronavirus DOL Issues Five New Fair Labor Standards Act Opinion Letters Determining Whether A...

According to California OSHA standards, employers are required to address and protect workers from heat illness through a variety of precautions and preventive measures. Employers can review the contents of this guide to educate themselves on heat illnesses and establish safety measures of their own. [caption id="attachment_61679"...

The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Caused Organizations Across Industry Lines To Reassess Workplace Protocols And Procedures—And The Agricultural Sector Is No Exception. After All, Common Industry Practices Such As Having Staff Work In Close Proximity In The Fields Or Frequently Share Farm Tools Could Easily Contribute...

Post Summary for the Week of May 23rd - May 29th | Human Resources States Update Employee Leave Requirements For Coronavirus Common Employment Practices Claims Arising Out Of COVID-19 SBA Issues Two Additional PPP Final Interim Rules Your Wellness Matters: Mental Health Boosting Self-Motivation For Remote Employees Employee Benefits Premium Credits Related To COVID-19 – ERISA Fiduciary...

As state economies reopen, the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) has issued interim general guidelines to help employers in California protect their workers from COVID-19. This interim guidance does not impose new legal obligations. The new guidance identifies specific infection control measures that are mandatory...

On May 19, 2020, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced the following revised policies for enforcing OSHA’s requirements with respect to coronavirus: Updated Interim Enforcement Response Plan. OSHA will return to in-person inspections in many workplaces now that personal protective equipment potentially needed...