Yes, your employees are at-will. And that and a hill of beans will get you sued.
Tag: The Practical Employer
The proposal looks to significantly expand certain exceptions by elevating “unvaccinated” to the equivalent of a class protected from discrimination.
Courts are loath to second-guess employers’ business judgment but will not hesitate if it appears an employer slacked in its investigation.
If you are trying to keep the investigation from the plaintiff-employee, it only begs the question of what skeletons you are trying to hide.
Have your employment counsel review a jury waiver before you implement it in your own employment agreements.
The comments on a recent post regarding hiring sex offenders seem to be grounded in a fundamental misunderstanding of the role of an attorney to his or her client.
The court made a clear distinction between general, gender-nonspecific swear words as compared to gender-specific epithets.
Legally speaking, much of this debate regarding employing a sex offender depends on the state in which you are operating.
Says an employee, ‘ … if I don’t send him a picture or otherwise prove that I used the bathroom, I will lose 15 minutes of paid time. What recourse do I have?’
If you learn that one of your employees is having or has had an abortion, do yourself a favor and just let her be.