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Businesses across the U.S. are reopening. Many employers are taking employees’ temperatures before the start of a shift or have employees complete a health screening process before reporting to work. If an employee shows up to work his or her scheduled shift, and a temperature check reveals a fever or the employee otherwise exhibits symptoms of COVID-19 and the business tells the employee to go home, must the employer pay that employee because he or she reported to work? Read on...
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