Federal Appeals Court Freezes Biden's Vaccine Rule for Companies; SC&RA Offers Guidance

- Just two days after the Biden Administration unveiled the COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard, a U.S. federal appeals court issued a stay freezing the administration's efforts to require workers at U.S. companies with at least 100 employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 or be tested weekly, citing "grave statutory and constitutional" issues with the rule. While the situation is fluid and changing daily, SC&RA continues to monitor the situation and will provide guidance for members via an upcoming webinar on November 29 by SC&RA’s legal counsel, Jason Branciforte. Register now for, What SC&RA Members Need to Know about COVID Mandates for Federal Contractors and 100+ Employee Companies. Attorney Jason Branciforte will explain what companies are now being required to do under President Biden's COVID-19 Executive Order and Task Force Guidance, and OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard.  As the situation evolves in real-time, he'll share an inside look at what companies need to do to prepare for compliance and position their company for success.  

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