It is imperative that employers recognize and understand the need to take constant and active steps to address both internal and external potential threats of workplace violence.
As a result of the risks, some employers have already taken steps to protect employees from injuries related to the use of e-scooters, e-bikes and bike-share systems.
Would You Like Fries And A Political Opinion With That? Regulating Employee Buttons, Pins, And Insignia In The Workplace
The issue of whether an employer can regulate politically charged apparel and insignia has been festering for years, in and out of the fast-food arena, and a sampling of several recent cases reveals that…
Four risks that this season may bring: how to properly compensate your workers during weather-related absences, the dangers of this year’s flu season, how to limit risks associated with cold-weather exposure, and making sure your company holiday party doesn’t lead to a lawsuit.
The recent wave of EEOC litigation also includes claims of age discrimination, pregnancy discrimination, and failure to accommodate employees under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), among others.
If employees sync their mobile devices to a company car’s infotainment systems, they could be unintentionally storing personal data on the car’s system, making it susceptible to hackers.
In anticipation of summer hires, employers may want to familiarize themselves with the federal laws outlining child labor restrictions.
In this issue, we’ll look at some common mistakes that have resulted in otherwise unassailable terminations going south in court, and step-by-step solutions to prevent the worst-case scenario from unfolding.
Organizations can help their employees comply with the new regulation and protect against breaches by developing a comprehensive communication and training strategy.
Now people are using this same section of the ADA to bring allegations that business websites are inaccessible to those with disabilities.