Amy L. Schwartz

On Tuesday evening, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sent its proposed vaccine mandate to the White House for final review.  OSHA’s proposed rule was drafted in response to President Biden’s September 9 request that OSHA require companies with 100 or more employees to mandate coronavirus vaccinations or weekly testing. Based on the President’s request

In a decision with potential implications for employers who are considering implementing a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy, a federal court in New York found that a hospital employee who was terminated in December 2017, for not complying with her employer’s mandatory flu vaccine policy, failed to adequately support her claim for pregnancy discrimination.  In Allison

It’s no secret that environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors are at the forefront of the national conversation surrounding social equity.  These same factors are influencing decisions by institutional investors.  A new Ernst & Young survey reports that, when making investment decisions, institutional investors are closely analyzing diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts in the board