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Michigan Retains Current Quarantine and Isolation Guidelines Despite CDC’s Shortened Guidelines

As previously reported, the CDC shortened its guidelines for quarantine and isolation periods. On December 29, 2021, in response to the CDC’s new guidelines, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) issued a statement that Michigan will not immediately follow the shortened CDC guidance and will instead retain current quarantine and isolation guidelines until the CDC releases additional information. Michigan employers should continue to follow the guidance set by the MDHHS for Michigan workforces. See links for current Michigan Quarantine and Isolation Guidance:

Companies engaged in business in other states should check for state specific guidance with the applicable public health department.

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Stephanie R. Setterington, labor and employment attorney, Varnum
Partner

Stephanie advises employers on a wide variety of labor and employment matters, with an emphasis on employment litigation defense, and the identification and development of best practices in the area of human resources. She has worked extensively as labor and employment counsel for publicly-traded and privately-held companies that vary from single-site businesses to multi-state or global entities. She works with each client to ensure compliance with labor and employment-related legal requirements, develop effective human resource operations, and achieve the successful...

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Maureen Rouse-Ayoub Labor Employment Attorney
Counsel

Maureen represents clients in all areas of labor and employment. She advises clients on labor management relations including union election proceedings, collective bargaining and contract enforcement in arbitration and before the National Labor Relations Board. Maureen defends employment-related claims including discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, Whistleblowers' and Fair Labor Standards Act violations in federal and state courts, administrative proceedings and arbitration hearings. She counsels clients on drafting, implementation and enforcement of workplace policies....

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Ashleigh E. Draft Associate Grand Rapids Labor & Employment
Associate

Ashleigh is an associate attorney currently working with the labor and employment group. She also works with higher education clients and provides support on a variety of litigation matters.

Ashleigh’s experience includes serving as a legal extern for the Michigan Court of Appeals Research Division. She also clerked for Michigan Appeals Court Judge Jane Beckering. Prior to law school, Ashleigh served organizations in the higher education and nonprofit sectors in various development and communications roles. 

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William J. Whalen Labor and Employment Attorney Varnum
Associate

Bill is an associate at Varnum. He is a skilled researcher with experience in the labor and employment area as well as litigation matters. While in law school, Bill worked as an intern at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission where he responded to requests to the legal unit, analyzed investigatory files and provided research on employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation matters. He served as a law student intern for U.S. Attorney's Office for the Western District of Michigan.

616-336-6396
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