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January 2019: The Top 16 Labor And Employment Law Stories

USA - January 31 2019 It’s hard to keep up with all the recent changes to labor and employment law. While the law always seems to evolve at a rapid pace, there have been...

Travis W. Vance, Caroline J. Brown, Melissa J. Osipoff, Joshua Nadreau, David Klass, Richard R. Meneghello, Felix Digilov, Sara Zimmerman, Justin Reiter, Anderson Scott, Eric Baginski, Franklin Wolf, Cheryl L. Behymer, Steven M. Bernstein, Howard A. Mavity, Shanon R. Stevenson, Reyburn W. Lominack III, Thomas Paul Rebel, Todd B. Logsdon.


Ohio Limits Joint Employment Status For Franchisors

USA - January 24 2019 Ohio recently amended its definition of “employer” in order to limit the joint employer status of franchisors. Effective March 20, 2019, franchisors...


3 Options For Providing Wellness Program Incentives In 2019And Beyond

USA - December 14 2018 Employers are about to enter into limbo when it comes to maintaining wellness programs, and you will soon need to make a decision about how you will...

Melissa Shimizu.


WEB EXCLUSIVE - We Need to Talk: 5 Tips For Conducting Difficult Workplace Conversations

USA - July 2 2018 Coaching. Progressive discipline. Notice of termination. If you ask your managers to list their favorite responsibilities, they would probably leave...


Back To The Drawing Board? Court Tells EEOC To Reconsider Wellness Program Rules

USA - August 30 2017 A federal court in the District of Columbia recently told the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) to reconsider two of its recent...