Employers should have a no call/no show policy to avoid unemployment claims.
The duties test must be applied to determine an employee’s exempt status or employers may face an adverse (and costly) appellate court decision like this one!
Michigan issues new COVID-19 rules for health care employers and ends restrictions for all other employers, effective today.
Michigan to allow return to in-person work starting May 24 as state reaches COVID-19 vaccination threshold.
Michigan incentivizes residents to get the COVID-19 vaccine with double-benefit of defeating virus and fully reopening state’s economy sooner.
In current legal landscape, employers may do well to continue including a contractual limitations period on employment applications and handbook acknowledgments.
Michigan extends work from home order for six month amid increases of COVD-19 cases, rise in variants.
Employment landscape shifts (again) for employers as U.S. Department of Labor withdraws opinion letters under new Biden administration.
Michigan Court of Appeals issues rare ruling in employee versus contractor workers’ disability compensation case.
Michigan amended its COVID-19 laws to provide retroactive liability protections for business owners and affirmative defenses for employers responding to employee retaliation claims, as well as to address other important changes.
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