This month, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued its Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) applicable to employers of 100 or more employees. The ETS requires employers to adopt a vaccine mandate obligating employees to either get vaccinated or to undergo regular COVID-19 testing. Employees who work for covered employers will have until January 4, 2022 to get vaccinated or otherwise comply with the testing/masking requirements.

Husch Blackwell’s COVID-19 Policy Generators can help employers of all sizes quickly prepare and implement workplace guidelines related to COVID-19 prevention, return to work, and vaccinations that are compliant with federal, state, and local law. With OSHA’s compliance date approaching, we invite you to learn more.

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Photo of Brittany Falkowski Brittany Falkowski

Focusing on labor and employment law, Brittany splits her practice between counseling employers and litigating in state and federal courts across the country. Brittany is known for building long-term partnerships with clients, fully integrating herself into their businesses to better understand how they…

Focusing on labor and employment law, Brittany splits her practice between counseling employers and litigating in state and federal courts across the country. Brittany is known for building long-term partnerships with clients, fully integrating herself into their businesses to better understand how they operate and how she can help them reach their goals.

Photo of Donna Pryor Donna Pryor

A member of Husch Blackwell’s Energy & Natural Resources group, Donna focuses on commercial and administrative litigation related to mine safety and occupational safety and health. She also assists clients in crisis management and strategic communications related to workplace health and safety issues.…

A member of Husch Blackwell’s Energy & Natural Resources group, Donna focuses on commercial and administrative litigation related to mine safety and occupational safety and health. She also assists clients in crisis management and strategic communications related to workplace health and safety issues.

Donna has extensive experience in the production of precious metals, aggregates, cement, industrial minerals, coal, salt, potash, phosphate, granite, limestone, and oil and gas. She combines her legal skills and government knowledge with her litigation prowess for clients facing complex problems.

Photo of Jenna Brofsky Jenna Brofsky

Clients benefit from having Jenna on their team, whether they need routine labor and employment counseling or representation for complex litigation. Jenna frequently advises employers on compliance with federal and state employment laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Equal

Clients benefit from having Jenna on their team, whether they need routine labor and employment counseling or representation for complex litigation. Jenna frequently advises employers on compliance with federal and state employment laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, the Equal Pay Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as well as numerous wage payment statutes.

Jessica Brown

Jessica focuses her practice on labor and employment matters and helping clients prevent litigation by advising on day-to-day employment policies. She also counsels employers regarding reductions of force and compliance with the WARN Act, and assists with the drafting and revising of employee

Jessica focuses her practice on labor and employment matters and helping clients prevent litigation by advising on day-to-day employment policies. She also counsels employers regarding reductions of force and compliance with the WARN Act, and assists with the drafting and revising of employee handbooks, restrictive covenants and confidentiality agreements.