“No major religion’s doctrine prohibits vaccinations,” says Jack Tuckner, women’s rights in the workplace attorney. In CNET’s latest article on vaccine requirements, Tuckner has noted that medical exemptions are “a challenging uphill battle”
How will the mandate affect you and your job, and do you qualify for an exemption? Learn about your options from Jack Tuckner, NY employment rights attorney.
Under what situations and conditions can you be excused from having to get vaccinated? Employee rights lawyer Jack Tuckner discusses these situations and conditions, and what an employee may need to do.
Covid-19 has left unique footprints for industrial and organizational psychologists in the US.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has been with us for about a year. There are three vaccines available, but we…
During COVID pandemic, you’re entitled to what’s known as an interactive process, a discussion about your needs to be able to continue working while pregnant and remaining safe and keeping your unborn baby safe.
Pregnant women are at greater risk of developing a severe respiratory infection when they contract a respiratory-based virus. So what are the reasonable accommodations you are entitled to in the workplace?
Employers may require employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine before permitting the employee to return to the workplace.
Pregnant employees face a unique set of pregnancy-related stressors as they anticipate giving birth. Many pregnant women understandably experience anxiety regarding job security. Despite federal, state and local governments passing laws that protect pregnant employees, we still have a long way to go before pregnant employees feel entirely safe and empowered in the workplace.
The escalating coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) has changed the life and work situations for millions of people throughout the US. In this time of frightening medical and economic crisis, Tuckner Sipser is especially concerned about protecting employee rights, we have prepared a set of FAQs to explain how federal, state, and local laws can protect your job and your income.