Weekly testing, masks, or mandatory vaccinations, and who pays for the testing? The employees.
Those are the critical parts of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) long-awaited Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS). Since the Whitehouse announced it in September, businesses with 100 or more employees have been sitting on the edge. Here’s what we know.
The ETS affects employers with 100 or more employees who are not federal contractors or healthcare facilities. Both of these are subject to different regulations. However, employees who work from home and have no contact with other employees or customers can be exempted from the requirements.
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