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The Year Ahead: COVID-19’s Impact on the Employee Benefits Value Proposition

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Release Date: 02/11/2021

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Despite the potential growth due to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act of 2021 and the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has identified discrimination, harassment, and the lack of gender and racial diversity in the construction industry as challenges to diversity and inclusion efforts in the industry.

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With the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) increasing the number of construction contractors it audits, construction employers should monitor OFCCP's regulatory requirements for construction contractors, the new Mega Project Program, and OFCCP's June 2023 audit list.

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Marijuana drug testing is complicated and controversial, and with rapidly increasing federal, state, and local laws affecting workplace policies, it may be challenging for employers to keep up. Indeed, since January, the U.S. Department of Transportation has published new drug testing regulations and several states have enacted new marijuana laws.

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No matter the month or year, employers can count on one thing, changes in workplace law. Having reached the midway point of the year, 2023 does not look to be an exception. What follows is one of a collection of concise programs, as We Get Work™ the podcast provides the accompanying voice of the Jackson Lewis 2023 Mid-Year Report. Bringing you up-to-date legislative, regulatory, and litigation insights that have shaped the year thus far and will continue to do so. We invite you and others at your organization to experience the report in full on JacksonLewis.com. Thank you for joining us.

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No matter the month or year, employers can count on one thing, changes in workplace law. Having reached the midway point of the year, 2023 does not look to be an exception. What follows is one of a collection of concise programs, as We Get Work™ the podcast provides the accompanying voice of the Jackson Lewis 2023 Mid-Year Report. Bringing you up-to-date legislative, regulatory, and litigation insights that have shaped the year thus far and will continue to do so. We invite you and others at your organization to experience the report in full on JacksonLewis.com. Thank you for joining us.

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No matter the month or year, employers can count on one thing, changes in workplace law. Having reached the midway point of the year, 2023 does not look to be an exception. What follows is one of a collection of concise programs, as We Get Work™ the podcast provides the accompanying voice of the Jackson Lewis 2023 Mid-Year Report. Bringing you up-to-date legislative, regulatory, and litigation insights that have shaped the year thus far and will continue to do so. We invite you and others at your organization to experience the report in full on JacksonLewis.com. Thank you for joining us.

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No matter the month or year, employers can count on one thing, changes in workplace law. Having reached the midway point of the year, 2023 does not look to be an exception. What follows is one of a collection of concise programs, as We Get Work™ the podcast provides the accompanying voice of the Jackson Lewis 2023 Mid-Year Report. Bringing you up-to-date legislative, regulatory, and litigation insights that have shaped the year thus far and will continue to do so. We invite you and others at your organization to experience the report in full on JacksonLewis.com. Thank you for joining us.

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No matter the month or year, employers can count on one thing, changes in workplace law. Having reached the midway point of the year, 2023 does not look to be an exception. What follows is one of a collection of concise programs, as We Get Work™ the podcast provides the accompanying voice of the Jackson Lewis 2023 Mid-Year Report. Bringing you up-to-date legislative, regulatory, and litigation insights that have shaped the year thus far and will continue to do so. We invite you and others at your organization to experience the report in full on JacksonLewis.com. Thank you for joining us.

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Like no other event in history, the COVID-19 pandemic shined a light on the value employee benefits bring to employment. What once may have been viewed as a “fringe” benefit is now central to attracting and retaining employees. Employers need to reevaluate their employee benefit programs and policies in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, tailoring their offerings to meet employee needs and considering the relief made available with the passage of the CARES and SECURE Acts.  

This episode of We get work™ discusses the evolving world of employee benefits and what employers need to do to ensure compliance with the new and updated laws and regulations.