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November 04, 2021

Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty – Today Is the Day that OSHA Published Its Emergency Temporary Standard

Today, Warner has been busy keeping you informed about OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) – with two eAlerts already sent out by our Labor and Employment Practice Group, and another email invitation about an upcoming webinar on Wednesday, Nov. 10, 2021, titled “What Employers Need to Know About the OSHA Emergency Temporary Standard.” Register here for that webinar.
In addition to those informational eAlerts, Steve Palazzolo has recorded a Law Shanty video focused on the OSHA ETS. He digs right in with reading and answering some of the FAQs that were published along with OSHA’s ETS. Employers will have questions about the ETS – especially as it pertains to what qualifies an employer as having 100+ employees. He helps un-muddy the waters and offers some legal insight into these standards. Click on the link below to view the video. 

Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty 

Look for additional Warner recordings in the near future from Steve Palazzolo’s podcast “Warner Employment News From the Law Shanty.”

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