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Fighting the Flu (and Liability) in the Workplace, cont.

Posted In Chenzira v. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, EEOC, Employee Hazards, Employment Law, Job Requirement, Mandatory vaccination policies, Sick Employees

On Monday, we examined the basic concept of employer-mandated flu vaccinations.  Generally speaking, employers may require at-will employees to get a flu shot and may terminate an employee based upon a refusal. The right to terminate, however, is not without limitation,  and a recent case on this issue instructs that certain protected rights and classifications likely must be considered prior to termination. More >

Fighting the Flu (and Liability) in the Workplace

Posted In At-will employment, Chenzira v. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Employment Discrimination Laws, Employment Law, Litigation, Mandatory vaccination policies

As summer draws to an end, flu season is lurking right around the corner. Last year’s flu season was especially hard-hitting. Many employers have taken proactive steps in recent years to protect their workforce by offering free flu vaccines or encouraging employees to get one on their own. But, can employers go one step further and require their at-will employees to receive flu shots? More >

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