Michigan employers won’t need to mandate vaccine-or-testing after Supreme Court ruling

Big Michigan businesses do not need to require workers be vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to regular weekly testing after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling Thursday that prevents the Biden administration’s sweeping regulation from taking effect. But state health care facilities that receive specific federal funding must comply with a vaccine mandate, the court determined in a second ruling.

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Protecting Trade Secrets

INFORMATION POLICIES NEED TO ADAPT IN THE NEW WORKPLACE  By Paul Mersino and Bernie Fuhs  With employees leaving their jobs at an increased pace, many are referring to the current environment as “The Great Resignation.” This is partially due to …

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Ridding the Workplace of COVID-19

VACCINATIONS, TESTING AND REMOTE OFFICE LIFE  MARIA FRACASSA DWYER  MEMBER-IN-CHARGE, CLARK HILL, DETROIT OFFICE The unexpected closure of workplaces following the declaration of the coronavirus pandemic introduced Americans to a new era of remote work for employers and employees alike. …

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Vaccine Mandate

EMPLOYER SIZE A MAJOR FACTOR AS BUSINESS WAITS ON WASHINGTON  By John Gallagher  Vaccine mandates are likely to come to many Metro Detroit employers soon, if not already in place, although smaller employers, included the numerous firms with fewer than …

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