Work in the Time of COVID-19: FAQs for Employers

Under certain circumstances, an employer must remove exposed employees from the workplace while continuing to provide them benefits. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued an emergency temporary standard, directing covered health care employers to devise a plan that minimizes their employees’ potential risk of occupational exposure to COVID-19. In a contributed article published by BenefitsPro, Poyner Spruill LLP partner Kelsey Mayo and associate Brett Carpenter outline how OSHA’s new emergency temporary standard could impact health care employer benefit plans.

To read the full article, visit BenefitsPro.

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