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Many employers who decided to require their employees be vaccinated against Covid-19 are now receiving letters of medical and religious exemption to the vaccine. We cover some items employers should take into account when reviewing these requests.
A court ruled that a Catholic School discriminated based on sex by firing a male teacher who publicly announced he was engaged to his boyfriend. What are the implications for ministries?
How effective are your organization’s internal complaint reporting mechanisms when it comes to complaints such as harassment, disability discrimination, or other misconduct? Learn more here.
In the hiring process, consider the following. What are best practices for drafting hiring documents such as applications? When making an offer of employment, what should employers be certain to address?
Minimum wage and salary thresholds are going up in Colorado. Employers should budget now for these increases and consider employment restructuring if necessary.
Colorado's new Paid Family and Medical Leave Law will require most employers to provide up to 12 weeks of partially paid family and medical leave from work. Here's what employers need to know.
This post discusses child suicide, the general risk factors, the particular impact of COVID–19, how organizations can respond to at–risk children and families, and how organizations can address trauma in responders.
If churches discuss sex abuse allegations publicly, are they liable for defamation claims? Maybe, but there are some defenses, as a recent Texas case held.
How should employers navigate COVID-19 vaccine requirements? Our friends at Wagenmaker & Oberly offer practical considerations for employers and unpack recent EEOC guidance.
Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act went into effect January 1, 2021 and requires that employers provide equal pay, including benefits, to people with substantially similar work.