Employers must be careful in drafting settlement agreements that involve 'no employment' or 'no re-employment' provisions.
Do you have employees who cannot show up for work on time no matter what? It appears there might be a medical explanation for their chronic lateness.
You need to take a long, hard, look at which of your employees you are requiring to connect when they are off the clock.
Though laws on noncompete agreements vary by state, they are no longer confined to highly specialized industries.
In Nutritionality, Inc. d/b/a Freshii, the NLRB issued an advice memorandum concluding that the franchisor is not a joint employer with the franchisee.
This is an issue you should be discussing with your employees and building in your EEO/anti-harassment training.
When an employee complains about a health problem at work, do your diligence. Determine if the employee is requesting an accommodation.
Mach Mining, LLC v. EEOC sends a strong message that courts favor resolution, not litigation.
Even before Congress amended the ADA in 2009 to liberalize the statute’s definition of 'disability,' the law recognized and protected asymptomatic HIV as a disability.