By Tyler Freiberger, While attitudes about Marijuana and state laws controlling the drug continue to shift toward recreational use, the common advice has been that most employers may still terminate employees for even medical use of the drug unless restricted in particular states. In fact, typically the rule has been that if you are a… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Employment Law
The week of Equal Pay Day is a good time for contractors to examine their pay practices to ensure observed pay disparities have legitimate differentiators.
A new webpage on employee misclassification suggests that DOL will continue to view the abuse of independent contractor status as an enforcement priority.
President Trump notwithstanding, employment law compliance should remain a top concern in 2017 as local and state legal requirements continue to evolve.
New Department of Labor overtime rule scheduled to take effect December 1, 2016 was blocked from going into effect by a federal judge in Texas.
Michael Kinsley once said a gaffe is telling an obvious truth you aren’t supposed to say. For example, unions talking about Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces.
A quick hit guide to recent employment law developments on Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces regulations, severance agreements, and EEO-1 due dates.
The OFCCP began using a new scheduling letter for compliance evaluations that has changes relating to the agency’s use of data submitted by contractors.
Proper classification of workers is important for compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act and Service Contract Labor Standards.
Department of Labor issued a final rule revising its sex discrimination guidelines for federal contractors on compensation, pregnancy, and gender identity.