The OSHA Vaccine Mandate Was Blocked— What Now? Near the end of 2021, workplaces were poised to implement COVID-19 testing or vaccination requirements in their organi- zations. The requirements were drafted by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) and would apply to certain organizations across the country. In January 2022, the OSHA rule was… Read More

`Benefits Offerings to Avoid the Great Resignation Employees are walking away from their employers in record numbers; some are calling it the “Great Resignation.” A Prudential survey conducted toward the end of 2021 found that 46% of workers were actively seeking or considering finding a new job, and labor statistics backed those findings. According to… Read More

Understanding Your Kidney Health March is National Kidney Month, making it a great time to take charge of your health to lower your chances of developing kidney disease. Your kidneys filter your blood to remove waste and extra water to create urine. They also make vital hormones that produce red blood cells, promote bone health… Read More

OSHA Withdraws COVID-19 ETS, but Not the Proposed Permanent Rule On Jan. 25, 2022, OSHA provided notice that it is withdrawing its COVID-19 vaccination and weekly testing emergency temporary standard (ETS). The withdrawal was published in the Federal Register and became effective on Jan. 26, 2022. The ETS was adopted to protect unvaccinated employees working… Read More