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This image illustrates someone who has been fired for refusing to follow company policy and get COVID-19 vaccination.

COVID-19 Vaccination & Wrongful Termination

Can a company fire an employee for refusing to become vaccinated? Yes and no. The general answer is “yes,” but there are exceptions. At Gardner Employment Law, we pride ourselves on staying current in the law.  If you need advice

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OSHA launches new covid initatives

OSHA Launches New COVID Initiatives

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has launched new initiatives for 2021 to prevent employees in high-risk jobs from contracting COVID-19. At Gardner Employment Law, we strive to keep our readers current on developments about the coronavirus. If you

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American rescue plan. Stimulus check and pandemic

What’s Inside the New American Rescue Plan?

President Biden signed the latest COVID-19 stimulus package – the American Rescue Plan – $1.9 trillion relief bill: $1,400 stimulus checks, $300 weekly unemployment, child tax credits, and much more. This plan also aims to reduce burnout amongst the frontline

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coronavirus benefits enacted by congress for 2021

Coronavirus: Benefits Enacted by Congress for 2021

As you’re probably well aware, the coronavirus has impacted millions of workers in the United States, pushing many into the unemployment bracket. After many months, on December 21, 2020 Congress finally passed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, a statute primarily

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