Two of the country’s biggest unions have joined a coalition calling on federal regulators to protect workers’ mental health the way they enforce standards for physical health and safety. Why it matters: The press comes amid widespread post-pandemic burnout, growing awareness
PRESS RELEASE: Governing for Impact and Former OSHA Head Urge Biden Administration to Take Executive Action To Protect Workers’ Mental Health
With mental health crisis surging across U.S., new letter outlines how President Biden can combat workplace mental health hazards without Congress Contact: Rachael Klarman, Executive Director, email@example.com WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Governing for Impact (GFI), former OSHA administrator Dr. David Michaels, and 7
“This isn’t a major question. This is just the EPA fulfilling its statutory mandate to protect the public health and welfare,” said Will Dobbs-Allsopp, director of strategic initiatives at Governing for Impact.
PRESS RELEASE: GFI and CDT Lead Broad Coalition Warning White House of Risks of Workplace Electronic Surveillance and Automated Management
The Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) and Governing for Impact (GFI) have joined a coalition of 14 organizations to submit detailed comments to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) in response to its Request for Information (RFI) on the
Politico’s Morning Money highlighted a new letter from 5 administrative law scholars, who explain how a Section 956 incentive-based executive compensation rule could be finalized without starting from scratch.
Mental health is poised to be the next litigation frontier for workplace safety and health as supporters push OSHA to use its enforcement powers to protect workers from stress on the job.