I am happy to introduce Work Law Problems, a podcast about employment law that I plan to run in conjunction with this site. Currently, the podcast is available on Spotify (and several other places where podcasts are found) and will likely be available on Apple Podcast within the next couple of weeks.

My goal with the podcast is to continue to build what I have been doing here on this blog: providing practical insights into labor and employment law.

In the first episode, I discuss Governor Abbott’s executive order GA-34, which ended Texas’s mask mandate. The podcast reviews what this means for Texas businesses and whether they can continue to require employees and customers to wear masks.

Listeners will also discover what accommodations should be considered for individuals with a religious objection to COVID vaccines or a particular COVID-19  vaccine and individuals that may not be able to take the COVID vaccine due to a disability. Finally, the podcast reviews potential accommodations for workers that are pregnant or may become pregnant and request an accommodation.

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