Remote Workers Are Exempt from OSHA Requirement to Be Vaccinated or Test for COVID-19

Thursday, November 4, 2021

John Ho spoke with SHRM about the latest on the OSHA ETS COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Historically, most employers were reluctant to provide remote work to employees because of the feared drops in productivity and accountability, although COVID-19 has changed that perspective for many businesses, said John. "It's ultimately a cost-benefit analysis for each individual business to undergo—that is, the administrative costs and burdens of complying with the ETS versus operational impact on remote work," he said.

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