The guidance memo is a necessary read for all employers.
On April 14, the National Labor Relations Board’s 'ambush election' rules take effect.Read More
More interesting than the work rules that the Administrative Law Judge concluded violated employees’ section 7 rights are the work rules that the ALJ concluded did not.Read More
Come back tomorrow for a real-world example of how NLRB judges are applying these rules.Read More
Some companies, worried about employee engagement, are taking a novel approach: mandating a minimum number of paid days off.
Human resources’ job is just beginning when an employee’s drug or alcohol rehab ends.Read More
Depending on a specific law, managers and supervisors may have liability for their own acts of discrimination or other unlawful activities.Read More
The Supreme Court could have used the opportunity to rein in federal agencies that are emboldened with power.Read More
You need to understand wearable devices, and account for them in your policies, because your employees aren’t going to wait for an official green light to start using them.Read More
Rick Bell and I will live blog throughout the day on March 4 on the Supreme Court hearings on constitutionality of the individual premium subsidies of the Affordable Care Act.