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Susan Eisenberg, left, and Jennifer Williams, right, with Cozen O'Connor. Susan Eisenberg, left, and Jennifer Williams, right, with Cozen O’Connor.

Ever since the federal government issued its three-phased guidance for returning to work in March 2020, employers have been bombarded with questions like: who to recall first; what to do about PPE; how to treat vulnerable employees; how to address current/future requests for accommodation; and what COVID-19-related leave/benefits (if any) do returning employees have left.

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