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Vaccine Rules for Employers with over 100 Employees: Here Are the Details

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) covers employers with 100 or more employees. OSHA announced that companies who have 100 or more employees must ensure that their workforce is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 on or before January 4, 2022, or they must test negative for COVID-19 at least once a week.

In addition, employers must give employees paid time off to receive their vaccinations or to deal with potential minor side effects affiliated with the vaccine.

Employers are not required to pay for employees’ weekly COVID tests unless a collective bargaining agreement requires the same.

All non-vaccinated employees must wear masks in the workplace. Employers are required to enforce masking rules for non-vaccinated employees.

COPYRIGHT © 2022, STARK & STARKNational Law Review, Volume XI, Number 308
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Scott Unger, Litigation Attorney, Stark Law Firm
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Scott I. Unger is a Shareholder and member of Stark & Stark’s Litigation Group where he concentrates his practice on litigation arising out of business and commercial disputes. Mr. Unger regularly counsels business owners on the prosecution and defense of minority oppression litigation (corporate divorces), breach of contract cases, uniform commercial code (U.C.C.) litigation, consumer fraud claims, appellate practice, and estate litigation. Mr. Unger has extensive experience litigating cases in a variety of jurisdictions, including, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio,...

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