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In Craig v. Bridges Bros. Trucking, the 6th Circuit Court offered some clarity on, and maybe some relief to, employers on this issue.
Title VII protects employees, not non-employees, even if the non-employee is closely related to an employee.
Employers, you have a little more than six months to get your wage-and-hour houses in order.
It's relief that the EEOC is leaving intact these beneficial programs popularized by the Affordable Care Act.
There is lots to discuss before we make the reflexive decision to cure the wage gap in this country by increasing the minimum wage.
While this law may not change the legal status of trade secrets it does add another arrow to the corporate quiver of trade-secret protections.
Everyone loves positivity, right? Everyone except the NLRB.
The agency is trying to level the playing field by making sure that employers consider leaves in all cases when appropriate.
All of this is prologue to a huge thank-you to all whose paths I’ve cross since I started this little pet project nine years ago.
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.