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Covid vaccination mandates: Good for business, but easily challenged by employees

Claiming a religious exemption from having to get vaccinated can lead to discussions about whether that person’s religious belief is against the Covid vaccine, all vaccines, or all medicine.

Fired worker sues Leewood Golf Club over violating Covid-19 protocols

Andrew Balint says he was “shocked by the flagrant disregard for even the most basic Covid-19 safety guidelines.”

Get the vax, or face the ax: Feds say employers have...

An employer may exclude those with Covid-19, or symptoms associated with the virus, from the workplace because “their presence would pose a direct threat to the health or safety of others,” according to the latest guidance from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

M&T Bank to pay $700,000 to settle Hudson City Savings disability...

Hudson City had denied reasonable accommodations for disabled employees, required them to go on involuntary leaves or fired them because of their disabilities.

Latina workers accuse Ideal Snacks’ previous owners of harassment

The harassment allegedly occurred before July 2015, when BFY Brands bought the company.

Eyes on discrimination law

2010 was a record year for discrimination actions, with an uncertain 2011 facing employers.