A new quasi-classification of workers could be the answer to independent contractor woes.Read More
The duty to consider reasonable accommodations doesn't just include an employee’s medical condition, but also any medications an employee is taking to treat that condition.
On the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, workplace disability experts discuss the advances for people with disabilities made possible by the act — and what work still needs to be done.Read More
HR should alert C-level executives when independent contractor practices run afoul of labor laws.Read More
Fallout from the massive cybertheft has initiated a government-wide ‘30-day cybersecurity sprint’ to beef up agency protections against cyberintruders.Read More
Thanks to the Supreme Court, not only can there be spiritual healing but also a righting of wrongs, a correction of systemic inequity and a lot of unnecessary financial burdens can be lifted.Read More
In a 6-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of keeping a provision in the Affordable Care Act that allows federal subsidies for health insurance in states that do not have exchanges.Read More
An investigation into the allegations launched by the EEOC led to the agency telling the automaker that it again found evidence of sexual harassment and racial discrimination.Read More
Employers want the right to continue to use incentivize wellness.
Employers have long faced difficulties classifying workers as independent contractors in more traditional industries.Read More