The headlines coming out of the President's address on his Administration’s efforts to find a path out of the pandemic focused on the mandate for COVID-19 vaccines for certain employers. Action item No. 5 of the Path Out of the Pandemic plan garnered less attention, but is still worthy of review by printing companies.
Recovery has begun for the printing industry. Sales are growing and confidence is on the rise, but operating cost inflation and labor shortages are squeezing margins. Those are primary conclusions of the second quarter 2021 Print Business Indicators Survey.
In response to the Center for Disease Control's (CDC) revised guidance for fully vaccinated individuals, Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and Oregon OSHA has revised and published their new guidance for those fully vaccinated.
There’s never been more publicity surround USPS and – in recent times – the postal rate increase stakes have never been higher.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has released guidance regarding the employer’s obligation to record adverse reactions by employees when they received the COVID-19 vaccine. The guidance addresses the employer’s requirements if a mandatory vaccination policy has been implemented for the workplace.
As we finally begin to poke our collective heads out into an increasingly vaccinated world, it is time for Congress to address the next phase of industry sector relief and recovery. The restart of live events is one such sector that Congress can and should begin to address now.