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No burying the lede today. Join me and an extra special guest for a Facebook Live HR/COVID-19 chat this Friday at 2 PM EDT / 11 AM PDT. It will be here over at The Employer Handbook Facebook Page.

Who is this special guest? Want a hint? I grew up not that far from this person. Continue reading

Yesterday, in part two of the “types of COVID-19 lawsuits that employers can expect” series, I wrote here about a Families First Coronavirus Response Act lawsuit. An employee-plaintiff alleged that her former employer interfered with and retaliated against her for exercising her rights under the FFCRA.

Today’s lawsuit is a little less vanilla.

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Over the past few weeks, I’ve been compiling a Google Drive folder full of coronavirus-related employment lawsuits that plaintiffs have filed in federal courts across the country.

For the rest of this week, I’m going to profile a few of them so that you know what your business may be up against later.
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