The DoL has issued an opinion letter applying the six-factor test to evaluate whether a service provider is an employee or independent contractor.
A well-written and up-to-date employee handbook can be a litigation lifesaver, but an out-of-date handbook can be an employer’s nightmare.
Work with your employment counsel if you receive an accommodation request for a service animal from an employee.
Over 200 U.S. and international organizations sign amicus brief aimed at expanding protection for LGBTQ+ identifying workers.
Can we please just agree that discrimination is wrong regardless of the races of those accused of perpetrating it?
Don’t forget about overtime pay when providing bonuses to non-exempt employees.
Just because an employee works at The Museum of Sex does not mean that she wants be sexually harassed.
Introducing part 3 in Legal Blogger Jon Hyman’s exploration in an employer’s role in data privacy and protection.
If you wear a Donald Trump mask to conduct a job interview of a Mexican-American female applicant, you might be the worst employer of 2019.
No matter the length of your leash, you must ensure a firing is documented and communicated to the employee each step of the way.