December Newsletter

PES December Updates

  • PES will be closed on Friday, December 24th, 2021 in observance of the Christmas Holiday. In addition, we will be closed on December 31st for New Years’ Eve
  • Last day to make any changes to your payroll for 2021 is Friday, December 17th

Pinnacle Employee Services Announces Expansion with Addition of an In-House Recruiting Division

Pinnacle Employee Services is excited to announce the expansion of our services with the addition of an in-house recruiting division, Pinnacle Talent Solutions. Charlotte Dieroff has joined the team as Director of Recruiting and is excited to offer our clients a pain-free way to expand their team, helping them land solid, professionally vetted talent that fits their needs.

Our Services:

  • Permanent Placements
  • Temp to Hire Work Arounds
  • Up to Date Hiring Practices
  • Strategic/Custom Searches
  • Confidential Job Searches
  • Hard to Access Talent

Have questions? Contact Charlotte Dieroff today to learn more!
Charlotte Dieroff, Director of Recruitment | [email protected]

Vaccine-or-Testing ETS Remains in Limbo

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has been randomly selected to hear the consolidated legal challenges to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) emergency temporary standard (ETS) on the Biden administration’s vaccine-or-testing mandate for employers with 100 or more workers.

The 6th Circuit will be authorized to uphold or lift the 5th Circuit’s order halting the mandate. OSHA acknowledged the 5th Circuit’s ruling by suspending activities related to the implementation and enforcement of the ETS pending further litigation. On Nov. 23, the administration asked the 6th Circuit to lift the order blocking the ETS.

In Congress last week, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., filed a resolution backed by all 50 Republican senators to disapprove the ETS under the Congressional Review Act, which allows Congress to strike down regulations if both chambers and the president agree. The House version of the resolution was co-sponsored by 173 members.

Implementation and enforcement of the ETS is delayed pending further court order. Litigation will determine if the ETS is upheld, modified or struck down. If all or part of the ETS is upheld, the implementation and compliance requirements will be determined by the 6th Circuit or the U.S. Supreme Court.

For more information on the ETS, including guidelines for its implementation, visit SHRM’s COVID-19 vaccination resources center.

Your Checklist for In-Person Holiday Celebrations

Businesses are eager to return to celebrating the “most wonderful time of year” with in-person holiday events. Social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic has been difficult, and as case numbers decline and vaccination rates rise, many colleagues are ready to reconnect in a casual setting. With the right planning, it’s possible to host a safe festive holiday work party this season. Read more.