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  • Post- COVID: Remote work permitted for only some employees (Florida)

    Our firm employees have been working remotely during the pandemic. We are anticipating a full time return to the office at the beginning of June. Some supervisors have said they would allow their employees to work remotely a couple of days a week after June. Others want their staff in the office full time. The employees are all of the same classifications (legal assistants and paralegals). If we allowed some employees to work some shifts remotely, and denied others any remote work, will we run into labor law issues? (I realize we will run into morale issues amongst the staff...)

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    As we all know about the covid situations, it's so dangerous death rates increase day by day. We should take precautions seriously. In my opinion, all employees should work remotely if this possible otherwise everyone should take precautions. Don't deny anyone for remote work, it would be helpful for them.

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