Consider this scenario: Your team previously interviewed a job applicant for an open position at your company. The applicant was intelligent
Jack is a crane operator who works for Top 10 Construction, hoisting concrete panels that weigh several tons. A rigger on the ground helps him load
A recent EEOC lawsuit, EEOC v. Grisham Farm Products, Inc., Case No. 16-cv-03105 (W.D. Mo. June 8, 2016), serves as a reminder to employers that
For the last several years, Fortune 500 companies have been the target of ERISA lawsuits that allege that various plan fiduciaries (company
This past month, a California Court of Appeal held that California's Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) of 1980 requires employers to provide
When one of our clients asked an employee just diagnosed with breast cancer to contact her doctor for medical information, the employee complained that our client was violating GINA.
In March 2011, as required by the Affordable Care Act, the Secretary of Labor provided the first Annual Report to Congress on Self-Insured Group Health Plans (the "Report").
On Thursday, October 28, 2010, in an effort to assist and educate employers about hiring veterans and wounded warriors, the US Department of Labor ("DOL") announced the introduction of a new online toolkit to guide employers through the hiring process.
The law requires employers to post notices describing the federal laws prohibiting discrimination in employment based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, equal pay, disability and genetic information.
Recently, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) announced that Paul S. Peters (“Peters”), the former president of the Waterfront Guard Association Local 1852, I.W.A., pleaded guilty to embezzling funds from the union and the union welfare and pensions plans.