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You can't just interpret the word "require" in isolation, you have to focus on what is allowed vs. disallowed by law. Guidance point K.1 starts with the rhetorical question Under the ADA, Title VII, and other federal employment nondiscrimination laws, may an employer require all employees physically entering the workplace to be vaccinated for ...


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It would not be valid in California. see California Labor Code § 2870(a). This will be state-specific and complicated.


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Most jurisdictions don't require special licensure for bodyguards and don't regulate it as a profession or occupation. Body guards in those jurisdictions don't have any special legal authority or any special legal responsibilities other than a fiduciary duty to protect the client. They have the same rights to make citizens arrests and carry weapons that any ...


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Overview The EEOC document linked in the news story is "What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws". In form it is an FAQ, that is, a series of questions and answers. The document provides guidance by the EEOC, and represents the EEOC's opinion as of the date it was issued. It is not a legally ...


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TL;DNR: Under Title VII, it would be illegal to require the actor to be black, but it would be legal to require the actor to look black. As you say, the "bona fide occupational qualification" (BFOQ) exception does not apply in this case. Courts have consistently followed the express language of the statute, and held that the BFOQ exception applies ...


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Can a bail enforcement agent be assigned as a bodyguard? england-and-wales Generally, there are very few embargos on having more than one job at any one time, but there may be some contractual restriction if, say, an employer or trade association identifies a potential conflict of interest. Bodyguards are regulated and require a Close Protection Licence ...


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By saying "During the term of your employment" this language does indeed purport to transfer to the employer all IP created by the employee from the start date to the end date of employment, including work created outside of work hours and off the work premises. It purports to cover all forms of IP, including patents, copyrights, trademarks and ...


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