Court challenges could derail federal COVID-19 vaccine requirements for employers.
Employers should carefully consider which employees should be bound by noncompete agreements or at least consider selectively enforcing them only against departing employees who can adversely impact the business.
Biden administration announces new COVID-19 vaccination requirements for large employers, providers of Medicare and Medicaid health care services.
Unlike Title VII, the federal Equal Pay Act shifts the burden of proof to employers to prove a nondiscriminatory reason for pay difference.
Appellate court’s ruling appears to have made it easier to bring employment discrimination claims under federal law.
Employers should clearly state intention to arbitrate disputes when drafting agreements.
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.
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- President Biden's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Face Uncertain Future
- Employment Noncompete Agreements Enforced Badly
- Feds Release New COVID-19 Vaccination Rules for Large Employers, Medicare/Medicaid Providers
- The Challenge of Wage Claims Under the Equal Pay Act
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- Poor Drafting Leads to Poor Results for Arbitration 'Agreement'
- One, Two, Three Strikes You’re OUT… When Dealing With Attendance Rules!
- Failure To Apply Duties Test Results in Ruling Against Employer in Wage Claim Appeal
- MIOSHA Suspends May 24 Rule, Makes COVID-19 Mitigation Measures Discretionary for Non-Health Care Employers
- ‘VACC To Normal’ Means Back to the Office for Michigan Starting May 24