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Knock Knock, Who’s There? OSHA Inspector!

USA - January 23 2020 Effective January 15, 2020, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) hiked the maximum fines for workplace safety violations. As an…

In a decade of change, the DOL remains the same

USA - January 17 2020 If you’re like me, you’re sick of hearing the phrase “New Year, new me” at the beginning of every New Year. A decade of hearing “New Year, new me”…

Cincinnati’s Time Has Come - Medical Marijuana is Officially Here

USA - January 10 2020 Thursday, January 9th, 2020 is the day medical marijuana officially arrived in Cincinnati. Have a Heart Cincy is the name of the brand new medical…

The NLRB’s Gift of Policy Guidance

USA - December 18 2019 As many of you may know, I am a handbook nerd. I think handbooks and the policies contained within are wonderful (ask me about how each handbook is…

Balancing Free Speech and Civility in the Workplace

USA - December 3 2019 Employees don’t shed their viewpoints at the front door of the workplace. You knew that already! Many come to work with a variety of political…

Job Post It Notes

USA - November 22 2019 I am reasonably tech savvy. Or at least I think I am. It’s because I grew up in the late 70s and early 80s -the video game renaissance. I cut my…

Treat ’Em Right - Tips for Employing Citizen Soldiers

USA - November 11 2019 As we pause this week to remember and thank all those who have, and continue to serve our country in the armed forces, it's a good opportunity to…

2020 is a Leap Year. Is this a Trick or Treat?

USA - October 31 2019 Let’s light the jack-o-lantern and explain: Leap years have 366 days, as opposed to a common year, which has 365 days. This may seem like a bunch of…

No Rehire No Nos

USA - October 25 2019 In many settlement and severance agreements, we often ask our clients if they want to include a “no rehire clause.” The provision does not mean that…

How Does the ADA Impact Your Company’s Website?

USA - October 16 2019 Last week, the United States Supreme Court denied Domino’s petition to review a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that held a blind man could sue…