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A Mixed Bag on Joint Employment Rulings, but the Future Looks Promising (Part II of II)

USA - August 29 2018 As we noted in the prior article that we recently posted, there were two different franchisorfranchisee rulings issued this summer in the context of...

Dana E. Stutzman.


Health Care Industry Still Being Targeted in ClassCollective Action Wage and Hour Litigation

USA - July 12 2018 A multi-facility health care employer, with subsidiary facilities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, has been named in a classcollective action lawsuit...

Dana E. Stutzman.


Can I Fire an Employee for Sleeping on the Job? Don’t Forget About the FMLA!

USA - March 1 2016 We've blogged in the past about employees caught sleeping on the job. Most employers would say that an employee who is caught sleeping on the job...


Protective orders at work Indiana’s new protections

USA - July 14 2015 On July 1, 2015, new legislation aimed at helping victims of stalking and domestic violence maintain their employment went into effect. Specifically...


Deductions from employee paychecks Indiana makes some welcome changes

USA - July 13 2015 On July 1, 2015, amendments to Indiana's wage assignment and wage payment laws went into effect. These amendments allow for additional employee...