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- Is it the Most Wonderful or Most Dangerous Time of the Year for Employers?
- It Ain’t Over Yet for the FLSA Overtime Rule!
- Coordinating a CBA Grievance and EEOC Charge
- To Pay or Not to Pay Union Dues? That is the Question Under Right To Work
- DOL’s Overtime Rule Declared Unlawful
- EEOC (and Pregnant Worker) vs National Restaurant Chain
- Should Employers Exempt Medical Marijuana From Their Drug Testing Policies?
- I-9 Form Revised… Again!
A poorly drafted release agreement preserved an employee’s statutory claims. Continue ReadingTags: Employment Liability, Human Resources
What employers need to know when employees object to a mandatory flu vaccination. Continue ReadingTags: Employment Liability, Labor Law
With these tips, sexual harassment won’t be the Grinch that steals your company’s holiday cheer. Continue ReadingTags: Employment Liability, Workplace Harassment
Trump administration filed appeal of Texas district court’s decision in effort to preserve DOL’s right to set salary threshold for exempt employees. Continue ReadingTags: Department of Labor (DOL), Human Resources, Wage & Hour
Federal appellate court rules that holding a union grievance in abeyance during EEOC charge is unlawful retaliation. Continue Reading
Appellate court addresses union dues in two noteworthy cases related to Michigan’s right to work law. Continue Reading
Texas court strikes down Obama-era overtime rule that more than doubled the threshold salary for exempt employees. Continue ReadingTags: Department of Labor (DOL), Wage & Hour
Scheduling changes based on employer’s legitimate staffing concerns during upcoming leave of absence violated federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act. Continue ReadingTags: Employment Discrimination, Employment Liability, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Employers in some states are finding they can’t fire employees who test positive for marijuana. Continue ReadingTags: Cannabis, Employment Liability, Medical Marijuana
There is another new I-9 form that must be used by employers to verify eligibility. Continue ReadingTags: Employment Liability, Labor Law