With Texas and most states "open for business," companies are navigating a world where the novel coronavirus is still spreading widely. Adding to the complexity is shifting, often conflicting, advice from different public health agencies on everything from mask-wearing, to the number of isolation days, to the ways the virus spreads most readily. There are no employment laws designed for this situation; there is no ready-made checklist. This article outlines a few of the tough scenarios facing employers . . .
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