Tense Times: Requiring Masks for Employees and Visitors

This is a preview. View original post on this site


Wearing a face covering has become a political signal in the polarizing clash between those who see doing so as a moral responsibility and others who view it as an infringement on their freedom. Consequently, employers can likely expect resistance—including the potential for aggression and violence—if they establish a face-covering policy. Before taking action, they should plan carefully.

Source: gpointstudio / Shutterstock Have a Plan for Employees and Enforce Your Policies

Even in states without mask mandates, employers have a general duty under the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSH Act) to provide a safe workplace for employees.

Read Complete Article

,

Subscribe to Recruiting Headlines

* indicates required

RECRUITMENT MARKETPLACE


»Need an ATS? Try JazzHR


»Recruiting Webinars


»Free Rejection Email Templates


»Text Recruiting Solution


»Interview Scheduling Tool: Cronofy


»Job Search Engine: Adzuna


»HR Podcast Directory


»Recruiting Newsletters


»HR Tech News


»Freelance HR Jobs


»Recruiting & HR Jobs


»Career Site Audits


»Recruiter Ebooks

shares