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man and woman looking over documents As political and social issues show no sign of abating in 2022, employers should develop a well-thought-out speech code that reflects the company’s values, best business practices, and compliance with law. (Photo: Shutterstock)

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change and evolve, it has forced businesses across the country and here in Texas to do the same. From the battle over vaccine requirements to the shift to remote work, employers have dealt with an incredible number of changes over the last couple of years. And it looks like the new year will be no exception. Here are four key legal challenges employers should consider and prepare for heading into 2022.

Challenge #1: Determining a workplace COVID strategy and how best to navigate the uncertain legal landscape.

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