The top story on Employment Law This Week is the unfolding Zika virus crisis.
For the fourth time in history, the World Health Organization has declared a global public health emergency, following the spread of the Zika virus throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. The disease can have harmful effects on fetuses, and the CDC has warned against travel for pregnant women and their partners. The Zika crisis has important implications for employers. Workers who travel for their jobs may request accommodations, and employers should make them aware of the risks if they aren’t already. Denise Dadika, from Epstein Becker Green, shares some advice for employers.
View the episode below, or read Amy Lerman’s earlier post on the Zika crisis.