HB 523 provides necessary 'protections for Ohio employers by enabling them to maintain safe workplaces and enforce reasonable human resources policies.' I could not agree more.
A New York nursing home food service worker made videos with Legos depicting former co-workers in sexually or violently threatening ways.
I would be surprised if this effort stops even one act of workplace discrimination.
A collective action of correctional officers alleged that under the FLSA, they should be compensated for the time they cannot leave the prison and must remain in uniform.
If your business operates in more than one location, you cannot ignore this case or its implications.
As you set your business resolutions for 2016, getting your workplace-safety house in order should be at or near the top of your to-do list.
Title VII does not bind my response as a parent to my child’s complaint like it binds an employer’s response to an employee’s complaint.
Employers do not want injured workers, and want to do everything in their abilities to provide employees safe places to work.
Employers need to get their workplace-safety houses in order now, before OSHA arrives.