The Johnson Controls decision provides employers with a road map for lawfully withdrawing union recognition before CBA expiration.
Why do you oppose universal background checks on guns and an assault weapons ban? What am I missing?
Boyd v. Cooper University Hospital is an opportunity to learn how an employer should react regarding dress codes when a employee dons religious garb in the workplace.
Brandi Campbell operates a website where she provides dancers with information about their rights, including their rights under the National Labor Relations Act.
When exploring class action waivers, weigh the economic impact of arbitrating individual claims versus litigating class or collective claims in court.
The offensive misconduct happened on daily or near-daily basis and the complaints fell on deaf ears, finally compelling the women to quit.
The number of parental discrimination claims filed in federal courts rose an astounding 269 percent between 2006 and 2015.
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A well-written and up-to-date employee handbook can be a litigation lifesaver, but an out-of-date handbook can be an employer’s nightmare.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.