As those working in human resources and my fellow employment lawyers can attest, the last few years have given us constant change. New employment laws, new labor regulations, federal agencies aggressively enforcing both, and significant cases being issued almost daily make it tough for even the most seasoned “HR Genius” to keep on top of all of the developments. I try to lighten the load through this Blog, but like you, only have so many hours in the day.
So, this week I am going to lean on my management-side employment law colleagues at Michael Best & Friedrich. Below are just a sampling of the recent articles and “client alerts” they have authored recently:
- Wisconsin just enacted its “Right-To-Work” Law. What does this mean for employers in Wisconsin? Click here.
- The Department of Labor just issued its Final Rule revising and expanding the definition of “spouse” to include those from same sex marriages. For more details, click here.
- Utah just enacted a new law prohibiting discrimination against employees on the basis of their sexual orientation and “gender identity.” If you have operations there, then you should click here.
- Do you know what constitutes a valid employment claim “release,” and when you can lawfully “require” employees to sign them? For this information and more, click here.