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- Blog: Hunton Immigration and Nationality LawFebruary 2022 Visa Bulletin –EB-2 India Advances Six MonthsPosted on January 14, 2022 by Courtland C. WitherupThe Visa Bulletin is released monthly by the Department of State and is used to determine when a sponsored foreign national can submit the final step of the green card process, or if already pending, when the final step can be adjudicated. Below is a summary of the February Visa Bulletin, including Final Action Dates... Continue Reading
- Blog: Labor & Employment InsightsThe Final Word on Vaccine Mandates? Supreme Court Stays Vaccine Mandate for BusinessesPosted on January 13, 2022 by J. William Manuel and Anne R. YuengertIn an opinion stating that they believe that opponents of the OSHA ETS on Vaccinations and Testing will be successful in their challenge to that standard, the U.S. Supreme Court today reinstated federal court stays that had been entered against enforcing that ETS. These stays, however, only apply to the portion of the ETS that...Continue Reading…
- Blog: Garrigues Labor BlogThe breach of anti-COVID-19 policies may be grounds for disciplinary dismissalPosted on January 13, 2022 by Editor1A judgment by the High Court of Justice of Aragón has declared the disciplinary dismissal of a worker that continuously refused to comply with the company’s anti-COVID-19 measures as justified. Due to the health crisis resulting from COVID-19, since the month of March 2020 numerous regulations have entered into force to either prevent or limit […] La entrada The breach of anti-COVID-19 policies may be grounds for disciplinary dismissal apareció primero en Labor and Employment Law - Garrigues.
- Blog: Taking Care of HR BusinessBREAKING: The Supreme Court Blocks OSHA COVID Vaccine/Testing Rule (NFIB v. OSHA) and Allows the Healthcare (Medicare/Medicaid) Vaccine Rule (Biden v. Missouri) to Take EffectPosted on January 12, 2022 by Emily Coombs WaddellIn NFIB v. OSHA, the Court focused its decision on OSHA’s emergency temporary standards which require the Secretary to show (1) “that employees are exposed to grave danger from exposure to substances or agents determined to be toxic or physically harmful or from new hazards, and (2) that the emergency standard is necessary to protect [...]
- Blog: Labour & Employment Law BlogB.C. Re-Introduces the Requirement for Employers to Have a COVID-19 Safety
Plans: Is Your Workplace Compliant?Posted on January 11, 2022 by Michelle S. Jones, Miny AtwalOn January 7, 2022, BC’s Provincial Health Officer once again directed all BC employers to implement a COVID-19 Safety Plan. This is part of the province’s response to the recent surge of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations fueled by the Omicron variant. The legal requirement to a COVID-19 Safety Plan is not new to employers. Employers were required to put such a plan in ...