EEOC Guidance Updated to Address Religious Exemptions From Workplace Vaccination Mandates
Additional guidance for employers provides new information about federal rules that apply when an employee requests an exception from a COVID-19 vaccination requirement that conflicts with their religious beliefs.
NACUBO Joins Amicus Brief Countering Breach of Fiduciary Duty Allegations
Oral arguments are set for December 6 before the U.S. Supreme Court in a case against Northwestern University related to 403(b) retirement plan fiduciary duties. NACUBO joined 17 other organizations in an amicus brief calling on the court to take a position that will ultimately screen out meritless litigation.
New OSHA Rules Require Employees to be Vaccinated by January 4, 2022
One day after OSHA announced that employers with 100 or more employees will need to ensure that their workers are either fully vaccinated against COVID-19, or that they test negative at least weekly, a federal appeals court temporarily blocked implementation. NACUBO is offering a 30-minute recap of the federal requirements during a Town Hall on Wednesday, November 10.