Employers now have until August 6th to adopt their companies standards to have in place in case another health emergency is announced
No employer is required to put a plan into effect absent such a designation by the Commissioner of Health. Currently there is no designation in effect
However, ABC encourages you to put your own internal team together and have policies and plans in place
The standards go into effect when an airborne infectious disease is designated by the New York State Commissioner of Health as a highly contagious, communicable disease that presents a serious risk of harm to the public health
“Employee” is define as: any person providing labor or services for remuneration, for a private entity or business within the state, without regard to an individual’s immigration status, and shall include:
Day laborers, and other temporary and seasonal workers
The New York State Legislature concluded session on June 11th. The Senate and Assembly passed 892 bills, many of which will be sent to Governor Cuomo for signature, veto or Chapter Amendments between now and the end of the year.
Monday, President Biden announced a deal with a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators on a framework for an infrastructure package that would provide approximately $1 trillion to address the needs of the nation’s most critical infrastructure, including roads, bridges, and broadband services for Americans.