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Amazon Union Vote up for Debate

If you’ve been following the Amazon union process in Alabama, you may know that recently the majority of votes cast by the Amazon workers were against joining the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union in a large defeat: 1,798 votes … Read More

COVID-19 OSHA Investigations are Here to Stay

If you were thinking of lightening up your COVID-19 safety measures – hold your horses! OSHA’s National Emphasis Program is here and OSHA is specifically investigating companies that put the largest number of workers at risk of being exposed to … Read More

DOL Announces New Cybersecurity Guidelines

The DOL has remained silent on cybersecurity until last week, when the DOL posted: Tips for Hiring a Service Provider with Strong Cybersecurity Practices; Cybersecurity Program Best Practices; and Online Security Tips for Participants and Beneficiaries. While these are targeted … Read More

Do I Have to Provide Leave for Vaccination?

  Maybe! It depends on your state. New York, California, and Philadelphia have all rolled out vaccine leave – mandating employers to provide at the very least a reasonable amount of time for employees to attend each vaccination appointment. New … Read More

It’s Time to Send Out COBRA Subsidy Notices

The Department of Labor has published the highly anticipated Model Notices for the COBRA Subsidy that became effective April 1, 2021. The American Rescue Plan provides for COBRA premium assistance to help individuals continue their health benefits between April 1, … Read More

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