Our debate about workplace bullying and possible remedies continues.
Administrative employees classified as exempt under the administrative exemption who function as a “one man department” at times challenge whether their work genuinely constitutes the exercise of discretion and independent judgment with respect to matters of significance.
You’ve found yourself in an EEOC mediation, with a charge that should not be particularly worrisome. But now, your supposedly neutral mediator is shaking his head and reporting that you can almost certainly expect to be sued by the EEOC if you don’t pay up and settle this now.
Union Office Workers Form Labor Union: Mark Davis of the Kansas City Star reports that office employees working for a Teamsters local in Kansas City, KS have voted to form a labor union.
The National Labor Relations Board’s General Counsel appears intent on convincing the Board to change its precedent in at least two key areas.
One thing that has really galled us through our years practicing ERISA law is the way many courts seemed to assume that disabled ERISA claimants have a propensity to fake disabilities while ignoring the clear motivation for ERISA insurance companies to do the same.
Employee handbooks…every employer should have one, but does yours include policies that are unlawful? Test your employment law IQ and let us know what would you do.
Roll Out the Red Carpet: What Employers Need to Know About Dress Code Policies to Avoid Being Nominated for a Lawsuit
The Oscars are synonymous with fashion with viewers critically evaluating red carpet looks to determine their picks for the best-dressed list.
The Coalition Government has taken its first step to introduce business friendly industrial relations changes to greenfields enterprise agreements, right of entry and protected industrial action.