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Can Your Employer Require You to Receive the COVID-19 Vaccination?

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) released guidance regarding mandating COVID-19 vaccinations under federal equal employment laws.  This guidance helps to provide some information about your rights, your employer, and the vaccination. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”), your employer is permitted to require that an employee not pose a direct threat to the...

CAN MY EMPLOYER TEST ME FOR COVID OR COVID ANTIBODIES

As employees in New York continue to return to their workplace amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there are questions about what employees’ rights are and what your job can do to ensure a safe working environment. CAN MY EMPLOYER TEST ME FOR COVID-19 According to Equal Employment Opportunity Commission guidelines, your employer may, in certain circumstances,...

YOUR JOB HAS OPENED UP AFTER COVID-19, NOW WHAT?

As all of New York has begun to reopen from the COVID-19 closure, many people are now faced with either returning to work in these uncertain times or have been let go.  As this is happening, current and former employees are faced with new questions, and uncertain legal rights.  Some of the issues affecting returning...

When to Find an Employer Attorney Near Me

When you think of employment law issues, you may think of an employee getting a lawyer. However, sometimes employers need lawyers, as well. While employers should be able to handle most employment issues on their own, there are times when the laws are complicated and they need advice so they can avoid legal trouble, which...

Employment-At-Will Doctrine

All states, including New York, are considered employment at-will states. If you are an employee or employer, what does this mean for you? Basically, this means that either party can end their employment at any time. A worker can quit a job for any reason. At the same time, an employer can also decide to...

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