There is creative lawyering, and then there is really creative lawyering. This case is a clear example of the latter. Answering what it said was a question of first impression – which means a question that has not been raised before – the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit ruled that the Federal […]
It’s great to work from the couch … except maybe for the aching back, tired eyes and sore neck. They’re nasty results of ergonomic sins we need to avoid. And most brought home or picked up unsafe habits – ergonomically speaking – that have or will lead to unnecessary pain, discomfort and even injury. More […]
Companies change. Their size changes. Their businesses change and get updated. Then shouldn’t their employee handbooks change and get updated? You can do it, and even get help doing it, without breaking the bank.
As debate rises over whether or not employers can ban foreign languages from the workplace, one state has decided to weigh in.
Here’s a look at just how crazy Americans with Disability Act (ADA) cases can get.
While most employers are in various stages of return-to-work plans, OSHA has just issued a 24-page guide for employers that includes recommendations on workplace accommodations, as well as social distancing and face masks. 3-phase approach OSHA’s Guidance on Returning to Work recommends a three-phase approach: • Phase 1: Make remote work available if possible. To […]
It’s not just new policies and practices that need to be conceived and implemented, but also new philosophies and personnel considerations.
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