According to the 6th Circuit court, an employee can sue an employer for ‘buyer’s remorse.’
Next time you want to take a stand against an employee for how he or she chooses to live his or life outside of work, think again.
The Americans with Disabilities Act imposes on employers an absolute duty to determine whether or not they can accommodate an employee’s disability.
Don’t take the easy way out with your employees when they ask for accommodations for a disability, religion, or other protected reason. Even if you are legally right (and the odds are good that you won’t be), you will leave the employee feeling offended and upset.
Recent federal guidance will make target-date fund annuity plans more amenable to plan sponsors.
In 2015, employers should be thinking about cybersecurity, vaping, same-sex relationships, overly active federal agencies and pregnancy leave rights.
While Congress continues to drag it feet on Employment Non-Discrimination Act, the Obama Administration continues to do what it can to extend equal employment opportunity for all.
Something as innocuous as moving an employee out of his office could be deemed sufficiently ‘adverse’ to support a retaliation claim.
The NLRB ruled that employees have a right to use their employers’ email systems during non-working time to communicate about union issues. The agency also issued rules for ambush election in representation proceedings.
If you’re looking for a good holiday gift for that special HR person in your life, I strongly recommend ‘The North Pole Employee Handbook.’