Learn the latest developments in what’s covered under the FMLA, plus other news from the world of employment law in July’s legal roundup.
When your industry is based in human resources, investigation by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is a constant possibility.
The lessons: pay your workers the wages they’re due, you don’t have to accommodate an ADA leave longer than 6 months and be nice to moms.
We learned some vital lessons about employment law last month: third-party harassment, Tweeting while drunk and sunbathing naked. For real.
It was a very mixed bag of a month, in terms of employment law news. Headlines ranged from bills hitting a brick wall in the Senate to, oh, a topless woman trashing a McDonalds. Read on… Two major bills involving wages failed to pass the U.S. Senate last month. The Paycheck Fairness Act, which addressed […]
March madness was in full effect in employment law; this was a busy month with lots of rulings and lots of “they did what?!” cases.
January’s employment law news concerned the family: pregnancy bias, caring for a family member in Vegas and refusing to hire someone’s kids.
A look back at the major cases and rulings concerning employment law in 2013.
There wasn’t a whole lot of major news in employment law this month, but there were a lot of weird lawsuits. Yay?
This month’s news from employment law includes religion in the workplace, snooping managers and the definition of “clothes.” No, really.
Welcome back for another month’s worth of news and rulings on employment law, on the federal state and even municipal levels.
Last month’s employment law was all about choices: conducting a background check, bringing scotch to a company party, paying illegal aliens.
Even the “lazy” month of August was full of legal action: background checks, FLSA and FMLA procedures and the usual social-media cases.
In this month’s roundup: E-Verify notifications, unwaivable rights and the most badly faked doctor’s note in the history of the FMLA.
May was an eventful month in employment law. It was pretty good for the EEOC, pretty bad for the NLRB and only slightly Facebook-intensive.
It’s an interesting month in legal news: FMLA leave guidance, the usual social media cases and a stabbing at a Chuck E. Cheese.
Here’s our most popular post! Published on Sept. 26, 2011, it covers one of the trickiest areas of employment law: how to handle complaints before they become lawsuits.
This month: Keep your ADA responses flexible, your Facebook friends professional and your pants optional.
You might have heard a thing or two about a decision handed down by the Supreme Court last month, but we assure you, there were other employment-law developments as well.
In addition to the many usual topics of cases and rulings (discrimination, social media, etc.), this month saw many employment law news stories focusing on the Family Medical Leave Act, the good ol’ FMLA. Grab your neck brace and let’s review!