Yesterday, the National Labor Relations Board announced in this press release that it had issued a second social-media
report to help provide further guidance to practitioners and human resource
professionals. The social-media memo, a copy of which...
Well, at least that's what a federal court recently told
a defendant-employer in this ruling .
In Tompkins v. Detroit Metropolitan Airport , the
plaintiff suffered a slip-and-fall and later claimed back and other injuries.
She sued her employer...
Last month, the U.S. Department of Labor published new
fact sheets on its website. Employers and employees alike will want to check
is a link to the FLSA fact sheet . This fact sheet provides general
information concerning the FLSA's...
That's right folks. It's time for another edition of
"Fact or Fiction" a/k/a "Quick Answers to Quick Questions"
a/k/a QATQQ f/k/a "I don't feel like writing a long blog post". So,
let's get right to today's...
Back in 2005, a Pennsylvania federal court recognized in
this opinion that an employee's FMLA rights become sacrosanct upon
requesting FMLA -- even if the employee is not yet FMLA-eligible --
provided that the employee has satisfied all
Yesterday, in Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School v. EEOC , the United States Supreme Court unanimously held that the Establishment and Free Exercise Clauses of the First Amendment bar employment-discrimination lawsuits by ministers against...
No inflatable rats here, folks. Just some organizing shenanigans.
Last week, the National Labor Relations Board was tasked with determining whether a union may use the photograph of an employee, without his authorization, on union-organizing materials...