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With Omicron Comes Mask Mandates

As employers across the country scramble to meet the deadlines set by OSHA within the workplace comes the proliferation of the COVID-19 Omicron variant.  In order to combat the rapid spread of COVID during the winter months, the two largest …

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Happy New Year from Wiley Reber Law!

While we love bringing you the latest and greatest from the world of Labor and Employment Law, we enjoy taking time out around the holidays to say thank you to you all who have worked with us, read our blog, …

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Happy Thanksgiving From Wiley Reber Law!

As many of you prepare to head off to see family and friends over this holiday weekend, we would like to extend our thanks to all of you who made this such a great year at Wiley Reber Law.  We’ve …

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The Employer’s Duty to Bargain Over Vaccine/Testing Mandates

When the upcoming OSHA ETS was introduced, the President specifically highlighted an employer’s duty to bargain with collective bargaining representatives regarding the implementation of COVID-19 testing and vaccination.  But what, exactly, is there to bargain when so many legal requirements …

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Multiple Lawsuits Place ETS On Hold.  How Should You Respond?

We speculated when the Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) mandating vaccines or COVID testing for businesses with more than 100 employees was announced, that there were bound to be lawsuits to follow soon after.  Well, after about two hours, that proved …

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