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Join Dickinson Wright on Tuesday, November 16th for "The Private Employer Vaccine Mandate: It’s Here, It’s There, It’s Every Where and What You Need to Know About It" at 1:30 p.m. ET.
The Biden Administration released the emergency temporary standard on Thursday, November 4, 2021. The emergency temporary standard states that private employers with more than 100 employees will be required to either mandate COVID-19 vaccines or require unvaccinated employees to produce a weekly negative test result before being allowed to report to work.
With OSHA’s ETS published in the Federal Register, we now have the details of this groundbreaking law. Dickinson Wright’s Labor and Employment team will discuss the many moving parts of this new law and answer the questions that are on everyone’s minds, including:
- What employees / what companies are affected by the mandate?
- When will the new rule take effect?
- Will it apply to remote workers?
- Who pays for the COVID-19 tests?
- Do employers have to pay employees for time spent being vaccinated and/or tested?
- How are exceptions to be applied?
- Can employers ask for documentation and, if so, what must they do with it?
- How will OSHA enforce the rule?
- And many others
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