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: Does specifying the expected end date of employment make the employment relationship contractual instead of at-will?

ANSWER: No. You can absolutely specify both an anticipated end date for the employment relationship and that the employment is at-will, and we would recommend communicating both in the offer letter.
With constantly changing information on COVID-19 vaccines, you may be feeling lost on how to approach vaccination in your workplace.

Join Kara Govro, JD, SPHR, and Senior Legal Analyst, as she discusses what you need to consider if you are thinking about requiring or encouraging employees to get vaccinated.

Our experts are expecting a lot of new laws in 2021 on both the state and federal level.

Don’t worry, we’re on it. Our legal experts are tracking over 650 laws, and we will update the platform if anything passes.

We also very recently updated these two charts in Comply:

Knowing which laws are passing, and how they apply to your workplaces, will be critical for maintaining compliance.

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