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OSHA officially shelves Biden administration's employee vaccine mandate

The emergency requirement was technically reduced to a proposed rule, meaning it still could be adopted, but only through the usual prolonged process.


North Carolina allows state employees paid time off to assist in school cafeterias

A new policy aims to combat labor shortages at K-12 schools.

The matter isn't settled because of pending deliberations at the circuit-court level, but the nation's highest court said it anticipates the requirement to be shot down.

On this episode of “Dig In,” hear how one healthcare operation has been working to boost morale and build a reputation centered on caring for employees.

On one front, industry groups and state attorneys general are suing to block the measure, while on another, unions are suing to broaden the scope to smaller businesses.

Volunteers would help serve lunch to students and would be provided a free meal.

Over 50 faculty volunteers have been helping serve food to students.

Foodservice operators and other large employers have until Jan. 4 to get their workers vaccinated, while employees who refuse will have to wear masks at work starting in December.

Operators share what they’re doing to retain staff during the labor shortage.

Foodservice operators and other employers can deny the exceptions in instances of "undue burden."

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