Michigan extends work from home order for six month amid increases of COVD-19 cases, rise in variants.

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Employment landscape shifts (again) for employers as U.S. Department of Labor withdraws opinion letters under new Biden administration.

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Michigan Court of Appeals issues rare ruling in employee versus contractor workers’ disability compensation case.

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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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Employers can take these steps to protect themselves and employees working remotely from digital sexual harassment.

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Despite what appeared to be clear evidence of bias by a job interviewer, employer escapes liability in discrimination claim.

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Despite a recent ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court striking down the state’s Emergency Powers of the Governor Act, employers must still follow COVID-19 health and safety requirements.

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Appellate court rules in published decision that even a perceived minor job condition change like a location transfer closer to the plaintiff’s home could be evidence of retaliation by employer.

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