Joint employment is clearly an enforcement priority for the Wage and Hour Division.
As wage-and-hour lawsuits continue to be the bane of employers, they'll need to go back to the drawing board to limit the costs of these expensive and time-consuming lawsuits.
Because more courts are accepting transgender-bias claims under Title VII, (un)conscious biases could undermine an otherwise legitimate termination.
In the days leading up to Christmas, the NLRB released 15 new opinions --13 of them concluded that the employer had promulgated an unlawful arbitration clause.
If your business operates in more than one location, you cannot ignore this case or its implications.
It is a complete oddity that, in the 2016, it is still statutorily legal for an employer to fire an employee because of that employee’s sexual orientation.
As employers continue to search for ways to battle the high (and rising) cost of medical insurance, Flambeau offers hope that mandatory wellness programs will remain a viable option.
The company’s sin? It docked its employees for time spent going to the bathroom.
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.
A lawsuit filed by the EEOC against McDonald’s Corp. for its alleged refusal to interview a deaf job applicant is a perfect ADA-storm.