‘Tis the season when the trees start to turn golden and employee benefits head towards open enrollment. So as employees start cruising through benefits plans, what should they be thinking about wellness programs?
When Tiffany Jones sued her former employer, Family Health Centers of Baltimore, for sexual harassment, most of her claims were pretty benign (e.g. her supervisor once remarked about “taking [her] somewhere”, he blocked her path in the hallway on one occasion and he sometimes stared at her through a crack in the door).
We call these Zombie homes.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) both require employers to make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities, provided that the accommodations do not impose an “undue hardship” on the employer.
This week would have marked the return of Tom Brady, had his four game suspension not been reversed by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Update On the Fight Over Live-in Domestic Worker FLSA Exemptions: Final Rule to Go into Effect On October 13, 2015
A U.S. Department of Labor final regulation prohibiting third-party home care agencies and other third-party employers from taking advantage of the Companionship and Live-In Domestic Worker minimum wage and overtime exemptions is set to go into effect on October 13, 2015.
This is part Seven of the continuing series on two-filter document culling.
Inventors come up with ideas at the strangest moments.
Study Reports Draft EU Data Protection Regulation Leaves Gaps in Protection When It Comes to Big Data, Internet of Things and Smart Devices
A study published 22 September 2015 criticises the EU’s development of its Digital Single Market (‘DSM’) strategy for being overly commercially and economically driven, with little attention to the key legal and social challenges regarding privacy and personal data protection.