Adams Keegan Webinar: Update on OSHA Vaccine & Testing Requirements

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OSHA Vaccine & Testing Requirements Update Session – Friday, December 3, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. EST

Three Hotel Human Resources Trends for 2022

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As 2021 draws to a close and planning for 2022 becomes comes to mind, the hotel industry can reflect on several shifts within the sector and in the wider economy that have left a lasting impact. The dramatic rise of the staycation, greater digitalization of the guest experience, and a heightened focus on health and safety protocols have all driven changes in the day-to-day duties of hotel staff.

A cultural response to the 'Great Resignation'

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In July 2021 alone, some 4 million American workers quit their jobs to seek other opportunities, with a Bureau of Labor Statistics report noting this figure had barely changed from the previous month. Surveys suggest a clear majority of workers — as many as 70%, depending on who you ask — are searching for something new.

What Home Health Providers Need to Know About THC Delta-8

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The homecare industry is facing a major workforce shortage, compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic and recent vaccine mandates. Staffers are burnt out and looking for ways to cope—and that may include seeking relief in cannabis products. Because Delta-8 can induce a high, and because users will test positive for THC in a hair, saliva or urine test, home health providers may struggle with whether and how to restrict use of the legal compound.

Adams Keegan Webinar Recording: OSHA’s Long-Awaited COVID ETS Released

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Adams Keegan has reviewed the lengthy OSHA ETS and is addressing its contents in this webinar recording.

What’s in a mandate? Navigating OSHA’s new workplace vaccine rules

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In early September, the Biden administration unveiled a new piece of its pandemic response plan. An emerging Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule will require companies with more than 100 employees to either ensure those workers are vaccinated or provide proof of a negative test each week before reporting for their jobs. This unprecedented step raises the stakes considerably for business owners.

Adams Keegan Webinar – President Biden's COVID Action Plan

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On September 9, President Biden announced significant steps intended to help curb the COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar, our team of experts offer a review of the announcement and its implications for employers.

I’m hiring — Where are the candidates?

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As we emerge from the pandemic and the economy improves, many organizations affected by COVID-19 are looking to boost their workforce and respond to improved demand for their products and services. With still-high rates of unemployment, one might think that this is an environment that favors the hiring company, but the reality doesn’t seem to reflect that perception.

4 ways to better attract & retain employees

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Positions in homecare can be equal parts challenging and rewarding. The often grueling nature of the work can be offset by the feeling of making a tangible difference in someone’s life. But in many cases, the inevitable hardships of the job outweigh the benefits, and good workers leave their positions.

Your Employees Are Vaccinated – Now What?

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COVID-19 vaccinations passed the 200-million mark in the United States last week, which means certain workforces might have the majority of employees fully vaccinated. In recent months, we’ve discussed guidance from the EEOC and California’s DFEH regarding COVID-19 vaccine mandates, vaccine incentives, tracking employee vaccinations, and even vaccine passports. However, the question remains — what measures can employers take once employees are vaccinated?