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Medical exemptions to mandates? 5 answers from a legal expert

As vaccine mandates roll out, HR leaders should be prepared for exemption requests to also crop up.

Benefits news you may have missed: Oct. 25-29

From EEOC guidance on religious exemptions to employers with vaccine mandates losing workers, here are some of the week’s top stories.

6 takeaways from EEOC guidance on religious vaccine exemptions

The government has released details about how to handle employees' requests for accommodation based on their religious beliefs.

Legal experts: Don’t delay in prepping for Biden vaccine mandate

A panel from Unum shares how employers can get ready now before OSHA releases final mandate guidance.

Why cooperative leadership is needed to confront harassment

One expert says men and women must work together to reduce the risk for sexual harassment in the workplace.

9 tips for telling workers about your new vaccine mandate

An employer guide to communicating your COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

Surcharges, mask mandates: Motivating the unvaccinated?

Data shows that penalties, like those Delta Airlines recently announced, are one way to move the needle on vaccination rates.

Can religious beliefs get employees out of vaccine mandates?

Here's a look at the employment law on religious accommodations from a legal expert.

Surcharges for the unvaccinated: Will interest grow?

After months of embracing incentives, employers are considering penalties on the non-vaccinated in an effort to boost vaccination rates.

What role do culture and morale play in vaccine mandates?

While more organizations are considering mandates, they're not doing so without worry, according to a new survey.

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