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Here are the key legal risks employers should consider when asking their employees to come back to the office, according to 3 labor lawyers

13 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement With vaccination rates ticking up and a semblance of normalcy drawing near, businesses across the US are returning to the office. They're also calling up their lawyers to find out how to do it without running afoul of labor and employment laws.
Contradicting state and federal guidelines and individual company cultures make crafting return-to-office policies tricky, according to lawyers who spoke with Insider.
"For as many different clients as I have, there are that many different views," said Clare Gallagher, vice chair of Eckert Seamans' labor and employment...
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