Quarles & Brady partner Chris Nickels provided insight for an American City Business Journals article about what the latest COVID-19 guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) means for employers. In the article, Nickels, a Milwaukee-based member of the Labor & Employment Practice Group, said the CDC’s recommendation that people who are asymptomatic no longer need to be tested may mean employers need to rethink their testing policy...
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