Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Workplace

In light of the recent pandemic, involving the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), the EEOC has issued guidance as to how it affects the workplace. It explains employees’ rights and provides answers to important questions, such as:

How much information may an employer request from an employee who calls in sick, in order to protect the rest of its workforce from COVID-19?
When may an employer take an employee’s temperature?
Are employers allowed to require employees to stay home if they have symptoms of COVID-19?
When employees return to work, can employers require doctors’ notes from employees certifying that they are able to work?
To read the EEOC’s publication, and get answers to these questions, click the link below.

PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS IN THE WORKPLACE AND THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

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