Joseph "Trey" L. Wood, III BoyarMiller
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USA - January 22 2013
Employers have long tried to keep confidential certain aspects of the employee/employer relationship. For example, many employers do not want…
USA - May 17 2012
The practice of requiring employees to sign mandatory arbitration agreements has become more widespread, and the enforceability of those agreements are routinely accepted by the courts.
USA - May 15 2012
On April 13, a federal district court in South Carolina ruled that the National Labor Relations Board did not have authority to issue its notice-posting rule.
USA - May 2 2012
On April 25, 2012 the EEOC issued its updated guidance on the extent to which employers may use an individual’s criminal history in making employment decisions.
USA - April 19 2012
If one of your employees is absent for work due to illness, does your company’s policy require the employee to identify the nature of the health-related reason for absence?