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On December 31, 2020, the Family’s First Coronavirus Response Act’s (“FFCRA”) requirement that employers provide paid leave for COVID-19 related reasons officially expired. However, in the latest stimulus bill passed under the
Continue Reading Federal Paid COVID-19 Leave (FFCRA) Is Extended – If You Want It To Be

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Employers nationwide are contemplating offering incentives to encourage employees to receive a COVID-19 vaccine as a way to avoid the practical and potentially disruptive alternative of requiring employees to be vaccinated. Although it has been determined
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Confusion and potential dizziness are among the side effects faced by employers making efforts to comply with the array of new rules and regulations implemented in response to COVID-19. Since the inception of the pandemic, employers have struggled to stay
Continue Reading Vaccination Is The Key That Unlocks The Mandatory Quarantine Room For Employees, But Only For A Three-Month Period

As a cautious employer, let’s say you run a criminal background check on all of your applicants.  Your latest candidate’s report comes up with an arrest record from just a few months ago for theft, but no conviction. What do
Continue Reading Cautious Employers Could Cost Their Company – Running Criminal Background Checks and Using them in the Hiring Process

Archer has teamed up with the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey to present a six week webinar series.
Join attorneys from Archer’s COVID-19 Task Force as they present “Preparing for the Next Chapter of COVID-19: Legal Guidance for Uncertain Times.”
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Douglas Diaz, Partner in Archer’s Labor & Employment group, will present at the NJBIA webinar, “Human Resource Council: Can Employers Mandate the COVID-19 Vaccine?” on January 13 at 11:30 a.m. His presentation will cover the proper way to mandate
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Peter Frattarelli, Partner and Chair of Archer’s Labor & Employment Practice Group, will present at NJBIA’s “COVID Lawsuits and Safety” webinar on December 17, 2020 from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM.
This presentation will provide an overview of lawsuits
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Peter Frattarelli, Partner and Chair of Archer’s Labor & Employment Practice Group, will present at NJBIA’s “Handbook Seminar Series Part 3: Leaves Of Absence” webinar on November 30 from 1:00 PM – 02:30 PM.
In this part of the
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On Wednesday, October 22, 2020, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”) expanded the definition of “close contact” for purposes of determining an exposure to COVID-19. This new definition will have
Continue Reading The CDC Expands the Definition of “Close Contact” with Substantial Ramifications for the Workplace