Blog Post
07/29/2021
By Jason Tremblay and Lauren F. Schoeberl

Following a hopeful reprieve early this summer from mask mandates, the aggressive spread of the Delta variant of COVID-19 has renewed worldwide concern about COVID safety precautions. This concern is felt no greater than by employers as they prepare to or are in the throes of welcoming employees back to in-person work settings.

Blog Post
07/26/2021
By Angella N. Middleton

Vaccinations are available and states are re-opening, but the number of women in the workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic is still at historic lows. As companies begin to return their workers to the office, they should also begin thinking about how to reshape diversity and inclusion efforts in order to attract and retain women workers.Vaccinations are available and states are re-opening, but the number of women in the workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic is still at historic lows. As companies begin to return their workers to the office, they should also begin thinking about how to reshape diversity and inclusion efforts in order to attract and retain women workers.

Blog Post
04/23/2021
By Jason Tremblay and Lauren F. Schoeberl

On April 21, 2021, President Biden announced that new tax credits are available to small businesses under the American Rescue Plan to incentivize vaccinations and to promote employee health around the country.

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