Coronavirus Employment Law FAQ
SARS-CoV-2, known commonly as the coronavirus, has ushered in a decidedly historic period of upheaval for the United States and the world at large. Virtually everyone’s careers are being impacted by this pandemic, and countless questions have arisen surrounding the intersection between COVID-19 and the rights and protections of workers across the nation.
Here is a list of articles covering various common questions for which workers are seeking answers. For more counsel regarding your specific situation, fill out our consultation form or give our office a call.
- Fired for Talking About Coronavirus Working Conditions: Why Your Employer (Probably) Can’t Do That
- What is the Families First Coronavirus Response Act?
- EEOC Declares COVID-19 a Pandemic. What does that mean for employees?
- D.C. Council Moves Swiftly to Provide Relief for Employees Affected by COVID-19
- How Do Severance Agreements Work?
- Can You Lose Your Job If You Are Quarantined During The Coronavirus Outbreak?
- Can Employees Refuse To Travel Out Of Fear Of Contracting The Coronavirus?
- Can Employers Require You to Wear (or Take Off) a Mask?
- How to File for Unemployment Insurance in Virginia
- How to File for Unemployment Insurance in Washington D.C.
- How to File for Unemployment Insurance in Maryland