Based on the NLRB’s Whole Foods Market decision, companies might need to rethink policies about prohibiting photography and recording.
The FMLA ranks very highly on the list of HR headaches; if this guide answers even one question for an employer, it has justified its publication.
Proposed legislation may add a new layer of complexity to Ohio employers' hiring processes in the months to come.
According to one recent court case, the answer is no.
We will have to wait for a Republican White House before we seeing meaningful change on the issues that are important to employers.
Legal medical marijuana is coming to Ohio. It’s already legal in 25 other states, plus the District of Columbia. Ohio is just a matter of time.
This decision is consistent with that of the 6th Circuit in EEOC v. Watkins Motor Lines.
It looks like the NLRB will be very busy as its current iteration (potentially) serves out its usefulness in 2016.
Racial discrimination in hiring is illegal, even if the hiring is to cast an actor in a race-specific role, period.
For an employee to present a valid ADA claim, the employee must actively participate in the reasonable-accommodation discussion and not just turn a deaf ear.