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Can employers mandate employees and interns to be vaccinated against COVID-19? Can job candidates be asked if they are vaccinated? This article address five common questions about the COVID-19 vaccine as it relates to hiring and employment.
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Can an employer mandate that its employees (or interns) obtain the vaccination? The answer, not surprisingly, is not a simple “yes” or “no.” The ADA as well as other laws and regulations play a role in determining what, legally, an employer can mandate.
Immigration attorney Mark B. Rhoads answers several critical questions about international students navigating the visa sponsorship process.
immigration, counseling, legal issues, international students, spotlight, H-1B
There are potential benefits to using artificial intelligence (AI) in the recruitment and screening of job applicants and in the hiring process, but there are also legal ramifications that must be understood prior to implementing any AI hiring system.
legal issues, journal
Given the complexity and variety of laws, it is not surprising that employers, applicants, and career services professionals alike are confused about what is and isn’t legal in the case of marijuana—medical and recreational. This article addresses marijuana use as it pertains to some of the most pressing questions surrounding recruiting and hiring.
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has started scheduling Vietnam Era Veteran Readjustment Assistance Act-focused reviews.
legal issues, veterans, spotlight, OFCCP
Attorney Edward Easterly addresses some of the key legal questions that have arisen in regard to the coronavirus pandemic for career services, employers, and new college graduates and interns.
A new directive from the OFCCP aims to help the office streamline its compliance evaluation process of federal contractors.
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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act provides potential reimbursement to federal contractors for employees in certain situations.
legal issues, spotlight, coronavirus
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which establishes emergency paid sick leave and emergency leave programs, will go into effect on April 2.