Joseph Seiner

law professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law

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As employers and employees continue to negotiate what “the office” will look like going forward, one of the big sticking points will likely be whether employers can require staff…

Can employers legally require on-site workers to be vaccinated against COVID?

As employers and employees continue to negotiate what “the office” will look like going forward, one of the big sticking points will likely be whether employers can require staff…

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