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Bi-Polar Ionization Emerges as Solution to Indoor Air Quality Concerns

By Matt Ellis The coronavirus pandemic has forced managers of office buildings and other commercial properties to reconsider the term “safe workplace.” Because COVID-19 spreads through airborne droplets, it’s important to consider the best way to clean the air and the surfaces people touch. Victor DeCicco, senior property manager for the Connecticut-based HB Nitkin Group,

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Can Employers Mandate COVID-19 Vaccination?

By Glenn A. Duhl, Esq. Employers continue to face new questions as to how to maintain a safe work environment and remain in compliance with both federal and state laws during the COVID-19 crisis. As vaccinations become a reality, employers are beginning to confront how to address employee vaccination mandates. Can an employer require its

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AffinEco Tests New Tools to Prevent COVID Spread in the Workplace

By Marshall Hook With coronavirus cases surging again across the country, AffinEco is stepping up its deployment of new technologies designed to enhance current cleaning protocols and keep clients healthy. AffinEco is testing and implementing a variety of new tools including ATP meters, PreventX 24/7, and NanoSeptic. ATP monitoring is a rapid testing method to

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Employee Spotlight: Stephany Florian

By Marshall Hook If there is any single trait that defines Stephany Florian, it is first her presence. In her role as AffinEco office manager and executive assistant to the chief operating officer, she interacts daily with people throughout the company and with clients alike. She has learned a lot in her 13 years at

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Employee Spotlight: For Xavier Vera, Fighting the Coronavirus Is Uniquely Personal

By Marshall Hook Xavier Vera spends his days as an AffinEco area manager creating safe work environments throughout Connecticut and Westchester County, New York. He leads a team of cleaners through the increasingly more complex protocols necessary to combat the coronavirus. Vera calls himself a “really happy person,” who is always laughing and joking. But

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COVID-19 Workers’ Compensation & Business Owner Liability

By Glenn A. Duhl, Esq. As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, employers have had to grapple with new questions about their obligations to employees and customers. Two of the most common questions are whether COVID-19 is compensable under workers’ compensation laws, and whether business owners are liable to individuals who are exposed to

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