Generally, startups do not sign employment agreements with employees, but if you do, it is very important to understand what you are signing. For
What if you had an employee who kept coming to work with head lice? What should you do? Employment lawyers get all kinds of questions about the
Plan sponsors are typically forced to wait for last minute guidance to satisfy year-end compliance obligations. As a result, those of us who work
As any early stage company trying to grow in today’s technology-driven world, with constantly evolving regulations governing cyberspace, it is
On Monday, May 16 the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") issued two final regulations providing guidance on how employer-sponsored
Next month the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral argument in Heimeshoff v. Hartford Life & Accident Insurance Co., et al., an ERISA case
This month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed or vetoed several bills of note for California employers.
Many employers have no-fault attendance policies that subject employees to discipline for too many absences, without considering the reason for the absence.
A California Court of Appeals has held that an employer may discharge an employee for threatening or engaging in violence, even if that conduct was caused by a disability.
Last month, the EEOC released the long-awaited final regulations construing the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 ("ADAAA"), which become effective on May 24, 2011.