We will have to wait for a Republican White House before we seeing meaningful change on the issues that are important to employers.
Similarities in duties and pay between exempt and nonexempt workers should signal that exempt status is questionable and further scrutiny of the criteria for exempt status is warranted.
A handbook that is a binding contract might be worse than no handbook at all.
While I am not a fan of government mandates, we are woefully behind the rest of the world on paid time off for employees.
Employers using nondisclosure clauses should ensure that they are obtaining the maximum protection possible.
When presenting a restrictive-covenant agreement, make sure you’ve thought through any possible manner of breach you want to prohibit.
What should you do when an employee complains of harassment? I’ve shared these five steps before, but they are worth repeating.
Enforcing noncompete agreements are anything but routine, and their enforceability varies greatly from state to state.
If your business operates in more than one location, you cannot ignore this case or its implications.
Allen v. City of Chicago still is not a clear win for employers across the board.