DE Talk | Navigating COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates: Employer vs Employee Rights

DE Talk | Navigating COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates: Employer vs Employee Rights

Season 3 • Episode 2

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, employers around the globe will soon face new challenges: will they require employees to be vaccinated? To get down to the legal nitty gritty, we sat down with employment law expert Jay Wang of Fox, Wang, & Morgan to provide guidance on vaccine mandates, the recent FDA approval, and what this means for employers and employees around the nation.

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OFCCP Week In Review: September 27, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: September 27, 2021

  • It Starts: Again. Texas Sued the EEOC Over Its Workplace Transgender Bathroom Guidance
  • Joint-Employer Rescission Rule Pushed Back Due To Technicality
  • Advisory Committee On Apprenticeships Is Now Staffed and Is Hosting a Public Meeting
  • Nine Organizations Identified in the Employment Navigator and Partnership Pilot to Assist Transitioning Service Members & Spouses
  • USDOL Delayed Returning Its Employees To Work In The Office: Teleworking To Remain Until The Start of Calendar 2022
  • A New Tip Rule Provides More Employee-Friendly Provisions
  • The Deadline for the White House Gender Policy Council Strategy Report to The President Has Passed Without Announcement
  • By Executive Fiat, White House Task Force Suddenly Extended a COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate to Include ALL Employees of Federal Contractors and Subcontractors
OFCCP Week In Review: September 27, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: September 20, 2021

  • GAO Seeks to Improve Veterans Justice Outreach Program to Help Veterans and Employers
  • A Must Watch Short Video on Writing Good (Inclusive) Job Descriptions
  • Federal Contractor Minimum Wage Increase on The Horizon
  • AAP Administrators — Budget (A LOT) Of Time for Census Re-Mapping
  • The Controversial New NLRB General Counsel Has Now Extended Her Push for New Forms of Damages in NLRB Actions to Include Settlement Negotiations, and Not Just NLRB Adjudications
  • Learn & Celebrate! It’s National Hispanic Heritage Month
  • White House Safer Federal Workforce Task Force Greenlights Federal Executive Agencies to Impose Vaccination Mandates on Federal Contracts/Subcontracts Beyond Biden’s Federal Contractor Vaccination Mandate
  • E-Verify Reminder to Employers
  • Get Ideas for National Disability Employment Awareness Month This Thursday Via a Twitter Chat!
OFCCP Week In Review: September 27, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: September 13, 2021

  • Submit Stories About Essential Workers for USDOL’s Hall of Honor
  • Get Involved in National Apprenticeship Week!
  • National Association of State Workforce Agencies Annual Summit Open for Registration
  • NLRB General Counsel Issued a Memo Instructing Staff to Expand Financial Remedies in Enforcement Actions Under the NLRA, Including “Consequential” Damages
  • Two of President Biden’s Four Vaccine Mandates are Likely Unlawful, Without Implementing Rules, While the Other Two are Likely Lawful
  • President Biden Mandates COVID-19 Vaccine for Certain Federal Contractors: Exceptions As Interesting As Who is Covered
  • Comment or Vote on How to Advance Worker Equity
OFCCP Week In Review: September 27, 2021

OFCCP Week In Review: September 7, 2021

  • Twenty States File Suit to Strike Down EEOC Technical Assistance Documents Regarding Disputed Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Protections
  • OFCCP Came Out of Hibernation and Exploded with Three New Enforcement Initiatives
  • OFCCP’s New Emerging AAP Delivery Portal and AAP “Verification” Program: Much Ado About Nothing
  • DirectEmployers Partners with Leading Neurodiversity Expert Haley Moss to Promote Disability Inclusion & Diversity in the Workplace
  • Form I-9 Flexibility Continues Per COVID Precautions
  • New Courses Available for Transitioning Military Spouses
  • Sample Application Now Available for “HIRE Vets Medallion Award”
  • OFCCP Announced 400 New Full Compliance Reviews of Construction Contractors in its Latest CSAL
  • It’s September?! Take A Moment to Be Aware
  • Artificial Intelligence in the Hiring Process…Friend or Foe?]
  • Back to the Future: OFCCP Rescinds as Premature the Trump OFCCP’s Rescission of OFCCP’s Interest to Evaluate Employer EEO-1 Component 2 Pay Data Reports
  • August Job Numbers Plummet by Over Half a Million Jobs: COVID-19 Economic Recovery Stunted
  • Nomination Process Open for the Advisory Committee on Veterans’ Employment, Training, and Employer Outreach
  • President Biden Issued EO On White House Initiative on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity through Historically Black Colleges and Universities
  • Revised EEO Tabulation Data for AAPs Must Be Used Starting January 1, 2022
  • The First Labor Day Parade – Almost a Disaster!