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  • EEOC

    Last Updated: 3.31.2020 @ 12:35 pm
    DISCLAIMER: The following information is a guide, not intended to be used as legal advice, and no attorney client relationship is established by any communication through this website.  Because every situation and every workplace is different we ask that you contact us with specific questions. 
    EEOC Pandemic Guide in effect
    The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) created a pandemic guidance.

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  • Family and Medical Leave Act & Family and Medical Leave Expansion Act

    Last Updated: 3.31.2020 @ 3:47 pm
    DISCLAIMER: The following information is a guide, not intended to be used as legal advice, and no attorney client relationship is established by any communication through this website.  Because every situation and every workplace is different we ask that you contact us with specific questions. 

    Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA)
    Employees who are sick with COVID-19 may qualify for job-protected leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).

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  • Paid Sick Leave and Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act

    Last Updated 3.31.2020 @ 4:05 pm
    DISCLAIMER: The following information is a guide, not intended to be used as legal advice, and no attorney client relationship is established by any communication through this website.  Because every situation and every workplace is different we ask that you contact us with specific questions.

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  • Employer Immunity

    In Crew v. Advics Manufacturing Ohio, Inc., 2020-Ohio-328, 12th Dist., Case No. 18CV090620 (February 3, 2020), the claimant was a temporary employee, assigned to work for a company called Advics Manufacturing Ohio, Inc. (AMO), a self-insured employer.  Accurate Personnel LLC supplied temporary employees to AMO pursuant to an agreement, which set forth the terms of the relationship between AMO and Accurate.

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  • Repeat Redefined

    BY: Carl Habekost, Esq.
    An important case is currently pending before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit involving the definition of “Repeat” for an OSHA violation.  In Acosta v. Angelica Textile Services, Inc., the facts reveal that the company provided commercial linen cleaning services using very large washing machines called “combined batch washers” (CBW).  The cleaning process consisted of a long, cylindrical tunnel with “washer modules”.

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