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    Posts by Matthew K. Sarfan

    Matt advises clients on a wide range of employment issues including leave, discrimination prevention, and wage and hour regulations. His practice encompasses the full spectrum of services from counseling to litigation. He has ...

On February 22, 2024, a federal judge in Texas issued a ruling delaying the implementation of the National Labor Relations Board’s new rule on joint employers. The rule—which will now be effective March 11, 2024—expands the current standard for determining joint-employer status. This expansion means that more employers will likely be subject to responsibilities and liabilities associated with workers who were not previously considered their employees.

On November 4, 2021, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released its highly anticipated emergency temporary standard (ETS) which requires large employers to implement certain vaccination or testing policies and other measures to protect employees from the spread of COVID-19. OSHA contemporaneously issued helpful FAQs.    

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