In the latest round of extreme workplace rulings, the National Labor Relations Board has found yet another reasonable employer work rule to violate the National Labor Relations Act. View Full Post
Last time I talked about how to determine if an employee is a “key employee” under the Family and Medical Leave Act. View Full Post
I’m an Family and Medical Leave Act geek – I find the twists and turns and intricacies of this law and its regulations just fascinating. View Full Post
Most employers are aware that violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act can result in an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor, leading to back pay damages, as well as possible liquidated damages in an amount equal to back pay, and even civil penalties up to $1000 for each willful or repeated violation. View Full Post
So I found this case, Smith v. URS Corp.
, interesting because it involved a black employee who got what he wanted, but was still able to sue for discrimination. View Full Post