What Do You Think: Did Employer Violate FFCRA by Denying Employee Paid Leave to Quarantine?
Chicago, IL (WorkersCompensation.com) -- Taking paid time off for COVID-19-related reasons was par for the course for much of 2020, but how much information did employees need to provide to get that time?
That question recently came up in an Illinois case.
A selector for a glass manufacturer began experiencing symptoms of the COVID-19 virus, including chills, fever, dehydration, debilitation headaches, difficulty breathing, and loss of her senses of smell and taste. Her symptoms lasted about ...
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