>>339215876>who will pay
you will. either directly or indirectly
what will the OSHA requirement be? damned if I know
can't see them trying to argue health and safety requirements fall on the worker's purse, though...
My honest feeling is that they won't specify and companies will do all sorts of things, from full PCR tests they try to make an employee pay for, to the at-home cheap antigen tests, to possibly interpreting 'testing' as just checking temperatures and asking questions about symptoms.
in the end, I am pretty sure that the implementation time frames will be such that it never actually takers effect (and if it threatens to will be pushed back) in order to avoid actual legal consequences while still trying to strong-arm people to go get the shot