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Employers Can Require Workers to Get Covid-19 Vaccine, U.S. Says

Employers Can Require Workers to Get Covid-19 Vaccine, U.S. Says

Employers Can Require Workers to Get Covid-19 Vaccine, U.S. Says Employers Can Require Workers to Get Covid-19 Vaccine, U.S. Says Even so, employers may need to be careful about how they handle the process. Prescreening vaccination questions could violate an A.D.A. provision on disability-related inquiries. Employers administering vaccines, the guidance said, must show that prescreening questions are “job related and …

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Many Employers Avoid Covid Tests Over Cost, Not Availability

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Many Employers Avoid Covid Tests Over Cost, Not Availability Many Employers Avoid Covid Tests Over Cost, Not Availability P.C.R. tests, which are generally considered the most accurate but typically require laboratory processing, cost roughly $100 in the United States. Medicare typically covers Covid tests, but many private insurance plans do not. A spokeswoman for One Medical said the average turnaround …

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AP News Digest 3:50 a.m. news photo Donald Trump Employers AP

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AP News Digest 3:50 a.m. news photo Donald Trump Employers AP AP News Digest 3:50 a.m. news photo Donald Trump Employers AP Here are the AP’s latest coverage plans, top stories and promotable content. All Times EST. For up-to-the minute information on AP’s coverage, visit Coverage Plan at https://newsroom ap.org. ELECTION 2020 — President Donald Trump pushes to undermine confidence …

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New State Jobless Claims Surge as Employers Shed Jobs: Live Updates

Claims for state jobless benefits have been running at 800,000 per week, and “point to a labor market that is struggling to make progress,” one economist said.

New State Jobless Claims Surge as Employers Shed Jobs: Live Updates New State Jobless Claims Surge as Employers Shed Jobs: Live Updates Here’s what you need to know: Claims for state jobless benefits have been running at 800,000 per week, and “point to a labor market that is struggling to make progress,” one economist said.Credit…Angela Weiss/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images …

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Trump’s Payroll Tax Holiday Order Gives Employers a New Dilemma

Trump's Payroll Tax Holiday Order Gives Employers a New Dilemma

Trump’s Payroll Tax Holiday Order Gives Employers a New Dilemma Trump’s Payroll Tax Holiday Order Gives Employers a New Dilemma “Since employees must still pay those taxes next year, this order is really an offer of a zero-interest loan rather than an actual reduction in tax liability,” said Michael Feroli, economist at J.P. Morgan. “It remains quite unclear whether employers …

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Major Employers Left Out of Government’s Coronavirus Relief Plan

Major Employers Left Out of Government’s Coronavirus Relief Plan

Major Employers Left Out of Government’s Coronavirus Relief Plan Major Employers Left Out of Government’s Coronavirus Relief Plan Some of the firms that those direct government programs miss — think the Gap, Dell Technologies and Kraft Heinz — are household names with huge work forces. If such companies were to run into problems gaining access to cash, it could precipitate …

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What Role Should Employers Play in Testing Workers?

What Role Should Employers Play in Testing Workers? What Role Should Employers Play in Testing Workers? As the country reopens, employers are looking into how to safely bring back their workers. One recurring question: Should they be tested for the new coronavirus? Some businesses are moving ahead. In Indianapolis, the family-owned Shapiro’s Delicatessen tested about 25 employees in its parking …

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Employers Can Let Workers Change Health Plans Without Waiting

Employers Can Let Workers Change Health Plans Without Waiting

Employers Can Let Workers Change Health Plans Without Waiting Employers Can Let Workers Change Health Plans Without Waiting The Internal Revenue Service on Tuesday made it easier for employers to allow workers to make adjustments to their health insurance plans and flexible spending accounts in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Normally, strict rules prevent employees from changing health insurance plans …

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Employers Rush to Adopt Virus Screening. The Tools May Not Help Much.

Employers Rush to Adopt Virus Screening. The Tools May Not Help Much.

Employers Rush to Adopt Virus Screening. The Tools May Not Help Much. Employers Rush to Adopt Virus Screening. The Tools May Not Help Much. Bob Grewal recently began testing a new health-screening setup for workers at a Subway restaurant he owns in Los Angeles near the University of Southern California. When he stepped inside the employee food prep area, a …

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OSHA Leaves It to Employers to Monitor Coronavirus at Work

OSHA Leaves It to Employers to Monitor Coronavirus at Work

OSHA Leaves It to Employers to Monitor Coronavirus at Work OSHA Leaves It to Employers to Monitor Coronavirus at Work Adam Ryan, a Target employee in Christiansburg, Va., has felt unsafe at work in recent weeks. He finds it difficult to follow the recommendation that he stay six feet away from others because the store is often crowded and customers …

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