#WorkforceWednesday: OSHA’s Three-Phase Plan, COVID-19 Workplace Training, Virginia’s Seismic Shift - Employment Law This Week®

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It’s #WorkforceWednesday. This week, we finally have some guidance from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and big employment law changes in Virginia go into effect. Here’s the top news:

OSHA Releases Three-Phase Reopening Plan

OSHA has released a three-phase reopening plan for nonessential businesses. Employers now have a framework from OSHA for reopening such businesses, with phases similar to those laid out for states and cities across the See more +

It’s #WorkforceWednesday. This week, we finally have some guidance from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and big employment law changes in Virginia go into effect. Here’s the top news:

OSHA Releases Three-Phase Reopening Plan

OSHA has released a three-phase reopening plan for nonessential businesses. Employers now have a framework from OSHA for reopening such businesses, with phases similar to those laid out for states and cities across the country.

Mandatory COVID-19 Workplace Training

Several states, including California, Connecticut, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, and Washington, now require employers to train employees on COVID-19 symptoms and how to operate in the workplace during the pandemic.

Virginia Sees Seismic Shift in Employment Law

Starting today (July 1), Virginia employers are prohibited from entering into non-compete agreements with low-wage workers. This is part of a wave of new employment regulations that took effect today in the state.

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