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Will Employees Working From Their Home Due to Covid Be Allowed to Continue with This

Are There Legal Issues with Bringing Office Employees Back to the Office?

There May Be a Big Business Change and Culture Change Happening.

Just when I was wondering when the 1st lawsuit would happen about companies trying to force employees to stop working out of their home remotely for the past 1 – 2 years during the Covid pandemic and return to the office to work.

Atlanta, Georgia  USA, there is a  lawsuit from an employee fired/terminated because they wanted to continue to work remote out of their home,  saying that they have serious medical conditions that makes them susceptible to Covid and the company cannot guarantee health conditions at work and cannot force employees to be vaccinated and do a weekly Covid test to help create a healthier healthy office environment.

If employees at work and in the office get sick from Covid, employees that get Covid may suit the company for health conditions.

If this lawsuit is upheld in employees’ favor, then all other employees working remotely can insist on equal treatment and continue to work remotely from their homes.

Companies save a lot of money with employees working out of their homes since they do not need to support costly offices, employees save money with autogas and auto upkeep costs (oil, tires, brakes from mileage) from not needing to drive to and from work daily.

There is less air pollution from less traffic and fewer accidents from less traffic, but I have not seen auto insurance decline.

There may be a big business change and culture change happening.

This situation may take 1 – 2 years to figure all out and see any changes or transitions.

This is so interesting to be seeing all of this and living in such times.

Written by Michael Marshall.

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Michael Marshall

Michael Marshall

Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Michael Marshall has over 40 years of business experience to senior leadership levels and advisory/consulting in many markets and industries, national and global, with responsibilities in sales management, marketing, and business development along with a Ph.D. in business, MBA, and degrees in psychology and social human behavior before teaching internationally at university level (China, Korea, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, United States) and US Embassy. He has over 58 professional business certifications to keep him highly competent. Michael continually seeks out knowledge with additional education, training, research, and experience, to keep on the leading edge of business effectiveness and business development. He has over 48 international publications on many business and business development subjects.


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