Following the rules about Form I-9 never seems to get easier or less complicated. But sticking to a straightforward, 10-point checklist of I-9-related procedures can help.
“I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.” This time it might be true, at least for one U.S. Dept. of Labor Web site that points you toward help in figuring out disability accommodations – and how to avoid complaints and lawsuits that arise from accommodation mistakes.
Though the sight of a male co-worker’s face superimposed over a swimsuit model’s body might be described as “priceless,” the real cost is apparently $400,000.
Some companies use an anti-fraternization policy to keep their workplaces fair and productive. If you’re one of them, watch out for this legal pitfall.
For everyone who likes irony: About 700 employees of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are claiming the agency has violated federal employment law.
When employees claim religious discrimination, courts will usually take their word when they say their beliefs are genuine. But does that mean you have to say yes every time someone asks to miss work for religious reasons?
Joe was a real pain, and you practically danced when he left your company. Now, another employer wants to know what you think of Joe.
Employers can get sizable tax benefits by paying independent contractors. But they can get in big trouble if they misclassify those who should really be considered employees. Here are some common pitfalls to look out for.
Optional or required? That’s the argument between a communication company and a union regarding urine bags given to workers in the field.