Taft Dayton attorneys Jeffrey Mullins and Jordan Jennings recently published an article in the Dayton Business Journal on vaccine mandates, including details on the recent withdrawal of the emergency standard and how private employers can move forward.
"While the OSHA ETS is behind us, COVID-related employment issues are not. Employers still need to be vigilant about how to respond to these issues and mindful of how they impact the workforce," reads the article.
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Mullins is a partner in the Taft Dayton office, practicing in the areas of health care, construction, and labor and employment law. He has spent more than 25 years building a successful practice by providing private and public organizations with creative, practical, and proactive advice on how to run a successful operation while complying with a myriad of complex legal requirements. He is a current Best Lawyers in America honoree under Employment and Labor Law Management.
Jennings is an attorney in Taft's Employment and Labor Relations practice group. She is focused on advising clients in areas of employment law and privacy and data security. In addition to coaching the Centerville Mock Trial Team, Jennings currently sits on the Board of Trustees for Daybreak, an emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth in Dayton, Ohio.