Require vaccinated staff to mask up, stay apart.

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As part of its new guidance (above), OSHA says that when it comes to setting COVID safety precautions in the workplace, employers should not distinguish between workers who are vaccinated and those who are not. The agency recommends that both groups should continue to wear face coverings and keep six feet apart to prevent spreading the virus.

OSHA's reasoning: "At this time, there is not evidence that COVID-19 vaccines prevent transmission of the virus from person-to-person. The CDC explains that experts need to understand more about the protection that COVID-19 vaccines provide before deciding to change recommendations."

According to a recent Littler survey of 1,800 employers, most...

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