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- Understanding Hiring Laws Before Acquiring Your First Employee
As a new startup or entrepreneur, you may have reached a stage of completion towards the formation of your business.
- Employers' Best Practices on Transgender Transitioning in the Workplace
Employers need to consider how to deal with a person that transitions from male to female or female to make while still working for the same company. There are various aspects that the employer will need to deal with, and this will affect how the workers and management determine how to proceed with similar events.
- Employee Social Behavior: The New Business Environment
There is unease and confusion among both people in the workforce and business leaders over the changing nature of labor law, and developing changes in employer-employee relationships.
- NYC Creates Claim Against Employers for Avoiding Cooperative Dialogues with Disabled Workers
A new law creates an independent cause of action against employers in New York City for avoiding cooperative dialogues with disabled employees or other eligible employees. (#CooperativeDialogue; #Disability; #InteractiveProcess; #ReasonableAccommodation)
- America's Opioid Crisis Is Now in the Workplace: How Employers Can Manage the Crisis
The American workplace is reaping the fallout from a drug-infested society.
- How Does Your Business Manage Romance in the Workplace
In today's corporate world, employers are dealing with romantic relationships and the fallout from those relationships.
- NBA's Dallas Mavericks Face Claims of Sexual Harassment and Hostile Workplace
Sports Illustrated has reported this past week that the Dallas Mavericks face multiple claims of both hostile workplace and sexual harassment.
- Is 50 the New 40 in Disparate-Impact Age Discrimination Claims?
It's been a little more than a year since the Third Circuit held that a subgroup of employees age 50 or older may allege age discrimination in favor of younger employees who were age 40 or older under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA).
- The Department of Labor Issues New Guidelines When Hiring Interns
In reaction to very recent decision by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Benjamin v B & H Education, Inc, the United States Department of Labor has discarded its six-part test for determining whether interns and students are employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act as it pertains to for-profit employers.
- Top 3 Legal Pitfalls Small Businesses Encounter
With an industrial spirit, and enviable ambition, many small business owners leave no stone unturned in the marketplace. They see opportunity at every turn, and innovation knocking at each door. The sole focus of many small business owners is how to connect their talent, insight, and products with the millions of marketplace consumers.