What changing COVID-19 restrictions mean for employers



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As the recent Omicron wave slows down, public health officials are easing pandemic restrictions – in some cases, dropping vaccine passports and in-door mask use.

Meanwhile, many employers have been setting mandatory vaccine policies to help control the spread of COVID-19 — policies that, in some cases, were opposed by some employees and unions.

Arbitrator rulings are now coming fast and furious.

What will these decisions mean for employment policies? How must employers react? And if COVID-19 policies need updating, what key changes must be made?

Finding the right answers doesn’t have to be complicated. Emond Harnden LLP, one of Ottawa’s leading labour and employment law firms, is here to guide employers through these critical updates.As the recent Omicron wave slows down, public health officials are easing pandemic restrictions – in some cases, dropping vaccine passports and in-door mask use.

Meanwhile, many employers have been setting mandatory vaccine policies to help control the spread of COVID-19 — policies that, in some cases, were opposed by some employees and unions.

Arbitrator rulings are now coming fast and furious.

What will these decisions mean for employment policies? How must employers react? And if COVID-19 policies need updating, what key changes must be made?

Finding the right answers doesn’t have to be complicated. Emond Harnden LLP, one of Ottawa’s leading labour and employment law firms, is here to guide employers through these critical updates.
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