In this week’s highlights we’ll cover: 7 takeaways from the Supreme Court’s latest ruling; how out-of-state remote workers are creating legal risks for employers and how virtual job fairs are helping employers cast a wider net.
7 Takeaways From The Supreme Court Vaccine Mandate Ruling
The Supreme Court on Thursday blocked the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for employers, which required businesses with 100 or more employees to implement a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for their workers and offer a weekly testing alternative for those who refuse or are unable to receive a vaccine. (The Court did, however, allow for the Medicare and Medicaid Services rule, which requires vaccination of all healthcare workers at CMS-covered facilities throughout the United States.)
The Supreme Court’s decision has far-reaching implications for employers nationwide. Here is what the experts say about seven major implications of the ruling.
To view the entire article featured by HR Executive click here.
Out-of-State Remote Workers Are Increasing Legal Risks for Employers
As remote work continues for many employers, HR professionals should ensure they are staying current on where remote employees are working. Out-of-state telecommuting may bring unexpected legal liability.
“Far too many companies are failing to monitor the location of their remote employees,” said Peter Siegel, an attorney with Greenspoon Marder in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Siegel said that “such a laissez-faire attitude has caused many employers to run afoul of state tax and related laws, the repercussions of which can be costly.”
To view the entire article featured by SHRM click here.
Virtual Job Fairs Continue To Help Employers Cast A Wider Net
The traditional process of vying for recruiter attention may hold marginalized talent back.
Everything regarding talent hangs in the balance these days, from retention to recruitment. Many HR professionals have been throwing different techniques at the wall to see what sticks. One avenue HR departments may not be thinking about are job fairs. As omicron ramps up, in-the-flesh fairs with brochure-filled booths, winding lines and craned necks aren’t on the agenda for many. But virtual job fairs continue to be popular heading into 2022, a year projected to be significant for recruiting.
To view the entire article by HR Dive click here.
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